Boromir: I've just discovered this fantastic new Golden Ring. It can do everything the other Golden Rings can do, except it doesn't call down wraithes as soon as you shove it on a digit.
Farimir: Great, can I put it on my finger?
Boromir: No, you must wear it on your epiglotis.
Boromir: It's just a better way of doing it.
But a person could choke on that explaination, if they weren't careful.
Bizarrely I *do* only have two toes.
No, i don't think so ... there must at least be three there somewhere (grin)
Anyway, I think the idea that a desktop is a little familiar to what 95 per cent of the computing world have experienced is a good thing.
I think thats not formated the way you possibly ment to, as it seems to be a little obscure in meaning ... but, yes, people do expect a desktop of course, but as far as 95% goes ... That would be windows, wouldn't it
The point i'm making though is ... that a lot of people will make choices based on whats presented rather than on whats available. It's like, if a particular OS comes pre-installed on a box, so to speak ... well, it will also tend to become very popular as well. After all, thats how rulers of single party democracies get themselves re-elected all the time.
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-:- If the system is the answer, then the question
must have been really stupid -:-