Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 7th Jan 2011 18:00 UTC
Mac OS X Remember the good old days? The good old days when people cried loads of foul over the inconsistency in the Windows user interface? You know, applications deviating from the norm - with even Microsoft seemingly doing whatever pleased them? This was considered a huge problem, especially by those from the Macintosh and Apple camp. Oh, how the times have changed.
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I am telling you the emperor's new clothes may have existed in the birdhouse Macs, but less gullible people have know the emperor has been a nudist for over a decade.

In my subjective opinion KDE is the current king of usability. Not perfect, but consistent, clear and easily customisable, so you are never stuck with some artsy moron's form-over-function UI component appearance.

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