I'm looking at Ubuntu from time to time, just to see what's happening in softy-and-user-friendly-land -- well, what a thing they turned Linux into... I don't see the purpose of making Linux to be second Windows -- if you want that, go and shell out $200 or whatever Windows 7 costs, and enjoy it, you'll get the *real* user-friendly thing.
What's the purpose of having install-it-in-10-minutes-and-understand-nothing Ubuntu, with brain-dead audience using it just to browse pictures or login into Facebook and leave more meaningless stuff around? I'm not saying that we all should still be using DIP switches to configure expansion card IRQ usage, but what's the point in making Linux second Windows?
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