Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 30th Apr 2008 13:16 UTC
Windows Despite the fact that Windows is the world's most-used desktop operating system, it lacks certain features and gimmicks that other operating systems do have (no, really?). PCWorld made a list of 18 features Windows should have, but in fact doesn't. While some are spot on, others are a bit of a stretch.
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RE: My Opinions
by devurandom on Wed 30th Apr 2008 14:43 UTC in reply to "My Opinions"
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1)On Linux with KDE and Compiz, I have *both* Expose-like features and the taskbar. They are both useful, especially if you have N different windows of the same application opened and you can't easily spot them from the taskbar.

2)The MS virtual desktop powertoy is next to unusable (at least, it was on XP). It allowed only 4 desktops (I am accustomed to at least 8!!) and it worked really bad.

7)I like 'em instead. If you don't want them, just don't use that. Having more features is never bad if those don't go into your way.

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RE[2]: My Opinions
by hobgoblin on Wed 30th Apr 2008 16:39 in reply to "RE: My Opinions"
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8 virtual desktops?

may i ask how your using them? it seems i do not have the number of apps going at the same time that requires that level of app sorting...

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RE[2]: My Opinions
by bigbadguy on Wed 30th Apr 2008 16:53 in reply to "RE: My Opinions"
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Well... for some people... they call it "bloated"... ;)

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