BernieMan wrote:Well Im really missin my Commodore and Datasette. The days where we wrote our printerdriver with very small assembler-tools
Commodore, you capitalist! VIC-20 forever! Or Sinclair Spectrum, I still can feel the rubbery keyboard under my fingertips
I don't think there are bad operating systems, only people bad enough to seek some poor bastards mistake from code they wrote under terrible stress. It's like seeking mistakes from michelangelos or leonardos work. Sure, there might be some but so what..? They still sell for tens to hundreds of millions and do just fine what they are supposed to do.
Let's see..Microsoft is not offering:
I do understand there are circumstances where you might get:
..but those you get with linux too.
In my opinion, both of the two major competitors are as evil in the OS war. Both of them have the same goal; to be the ring that rules them all. One being free won't change the fact, they are both nothing but tools of control.
I use XP, 2000, LINUX. If I want to have headache, I use windows. Takes less than minute for people hating me to take over the OS but when the desktop is under remote control, frames drop dramatically - gives me headache. If I want to have a delusional feeling of security, I use linux since under remote, the framedrop is too small to be noticed. Time to take over both of these Operating Systems?
Wish there was some diversity on OS markets, but at this moment, there are just two major players and of course OSX, that's quite nice, but even more expensive than anything microsoft is offering. If apple is offering something that's even more expensive than ms stuff, shouldnt every fundamendalist trying to kill microsoft, try and kill apple first? After that, they should try and kill what we ordinary people can AFFORD to buy.
Yeah. Hacking fags, killing the working class - EVERY DAY.
But that's only me and my opinion.
Tux Klux Klan.