Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 24th Aug 2005 20:45 UTC
Windows Microsoft officials have admitted one of their biggest challenges in continuing to grow the company's Windows business is the impression among some of its installed base that older Windows versions are good enough. The users of Windows 95, which turns ten years old on Wednesday, are a case in point. Elsewhere, here is a story about the launch of Windows 95 exactly 10 years ago.
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The KDE menu editor is nice, but Win* does better. In UNIX, everything is a file, or should be. In KDE for UNIX, all menu entries are stored in a file. In Windows, each menu entry is a file (a shortcut). Windows sometimes follows the UNIX philosophy better than KDE.

And that is disappointing.

Apart from that, I like the KDE user interface much more than the Windows UI.

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