LCA: The future of the Linux desktop
Posted Feb 1, 2013 1:26 UTC (Fri) by giraffedata
Parent article: LCA: The future of the Linux desktop
Another point that really matters to users is inefficiency. When users get a faster computer, they expect their applications to run faster, although this often doesn't turn out to be true in practice.
I don't follow this. If I get a computer that is twice as fast, won't my inefficient programs run twice as fast, with the same inefficiency? Is this supposed to be some kind of statement about bottlenecks? (I.e. the computer isn't really faster overall).
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