Ken Matassa <kma### [at] pacbellnet> wrote:
: Yea, DOS does have its problems. but unlike Windows, when something
: crashes, the "Three-finger-Salute" does wonders with out having to worry
: about lossing things.
Except if the program was writing something (and DOS was updating the FAT),
which can sometimes have disastrous effects.
: I realize the X environment still leaves something to be desired, but it
: is open source.
The "problem" in UNIX is that it's not made to be user-friendly, but to
The problem with Windows is that it's not made to be efficient, but to
):5;i&&_>1;printf("%s",_-70?_&1?"":" ":(_=0,"\n")),_/=2);} /*- Warp -*/
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