druck < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote in
Hence, the business controls the user.
Eh, I have made quite some people switch :-D.
Most people do, luckly. Some home users have even made the move to
GNU/Linux (and back again). If you don't know anybody with some
knowledge around you, you can always pay a shop to fix your system (or
you live quite remote). Paying for mistakes sometimes work better than
letting your nephew fix it every week.
I have never seen such an OS. Neither one that was sensible nor one that
made mistakes by design. Software doesn't make mistakes (nor makes
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