"No, not at all. For some people, for some tasks, it is easier
and more straightforward to use a graphical interface. It really
depends on what you want to do and who you are. The difference
between a GUI and the command line is like the difference between
an automatic and a stick shift. I drive a stick because it gives me
more control over the car and gives me more of a feel of what the
car is doing, how it is performing.
"Of course this discussion assumes that you are working with
files at a basic or system administration level. Some applications
have GUIs and may have no, or a very primitive, command line
interface. It makes no sense to try to run these apps from the
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