|Oct 15, 2003, 02:29 AM||#2|
If Bob LeVitus wants to convince others that those who favor Windows are delusional, he needs to reel off many examples, not pick a single one, or look at the overall O.S. comparison with a telescope, not with a microscope. I don't think this article made his point. Somebody with the opposing viewpoint could just as easily say "Oh Yeah? Well in Windows you can do this and that with one click, where Mac OS X takes two." No operating system is perfect, or perfectly easy to use. Given more column inches, I'm sure Bob could do a better job of making his point than he does in this little summary.
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|Oct 15, 2003, 05:34 PM||#3|
One of my own personal experiences involved changing the startup drive on my Windows machince at work.
With Windows XP, I believe it took 15 clicks. With OS X it only takes three (not counting restart).
Really? Really, really!
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