>A: "Community support for Fedora users"<email@example.com>
Re: Fedora 15 is a lot like Windows OS's.. irritating, offensive, difficult
to use with ease, nauseating to try...
>On 1 September 2011 21:15, Linda
McLeod <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> I love this Fedora-14, and
everything Red Hat, but Fedora-15 is a lot
>> like those vile Windows OS's..
>Essentially, every time I see a post like this I stop reading as soon
tries to argue that something is wrong because it's like
>Windows. Reductio ad
Gates is not a valid demonstration that something
>is undesireable and
successive attempts at doing it commonly vary
>between 'this is obscure', 'this
is oversimplified', 'this isn't
>configurable to my liking' and 'I don't like
it'. All of those on
>their own might be good reasons to object to a design or
>might be points worth discussing, but lots of people seem to thing
>that the Linux community is about Not Being Windows and that if you
equate something you don't like to Windows in some way then you've
it's undesireable. This is simply not true.
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For sure, Gnome 3 is far from Windows.
I suggest an easy test: install a
brand new Fedora 15 and let a Windows user start to use it (someone who never
saw a Linux system), report his experience
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