jayasamraj wrote:Before you guys sue Micro$oft, you should be sued. For...
1. Using a Foot Print as your theme/logo/mark or whatever sh*t you call it. Why do you show a foot for your users???
2. Showing a Red Hat symbol resembling a dacoit of the 19th Century. Are you planning to loot your users?
3. Still relying of type case sensitivity for all your commands. Do you want your users even to remember the type case of your commands ?
4. The most punishment should be awarded for naming your applications as gimp, gamp, gump, gemp, gomp or gnu, gnooo, gkooo, gpooo, ghooo, or gasdfl, gioaserf, gq29314, g089728951. Just give up this G. English is having enough of Gs. We just cant remember those gumps.
WHO WANTS SECURITY WHEN YOUR SYSTEM IS NOT LAYMAN FRIENDLY
Dont say you dont want Laymen to use your system. Most of the Computers in this world are used by Laymen.
M-Saunders wrote:4. It's true that there are some crazily named programs around.
This turned out to be MS Blazter or whatever..
Infecting the computer without the user doin anything else but connecting to internet.
M-Saunders wrote:Excel -- well, a pun on 'cell' at least.
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