“One of the most common sights in the Windows world is watching
your old PC whir and click as it processes an opening script. The
script loads all the elements of Windows, plus whatever additional
applications you need in memory. It turns the PC from a hunk of
metal into your PC. One of the big ‘advances’ in systems like
Windows NT was to hide this from view.
“Linux doesn’t have this. Well, it didn’t until now…”