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Old 11-07-2011, 05:06 PM   #11
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Default Re: Explain me this! angry rant (light hearted)

Originally Posted by berry120 View Post
It's a big topic, but the trend is that OS's are getting more user friendly by essentially hiding the file system and providing layers on top to access it - search, indexes of commonly used files, files belonging to one application etc. The underlying system itself is staying the same. It's really going the same way as the mobile market, the filing system is there as it always has been, but the average user never accesses it directly.
Agree. Show most people that your typing anything on a black screen with white text (e.g a simple cmd command) and they think your an international hacker secret agent (maybe to far, but you get my point).But its something all computers have the ability to do, like you say most people just dont use it

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Old 11-07-2011, 05:44 PM   #12
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This is why I didn't even have to expend effort to get CompTIA A+, but hardly anyone managed to pass MCITP in the time we had. Windows 7 is more user friendly, yet so much more complex.

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