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Lessons Linux Should Learn From Windows and Mac

Oct 20, 2008, 21:02 (2 Talkback[s])

"Innovation is the name of the game here and it seems to me like a lot of ideas or programs that get praised among the Linux and even Windows public appear to be things that the Mac already did ages ago.

"One of the big things I love about Mac's interface is that it looks awesome, partially because of the art style, but also because stays out of the way. Everything is streamlined, functional, logical, and nary a pixel of screen real-estate is wasted, not even on window borders. It's also consistent, something that Windows and especially Linux users can't always boast about so confidently, and it contributes a lot to the feeling that you've got a working environment before you that's solid and always makes sense, no matter what you’re doing."

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