A home computer
What biological entity doesn't use iron?
Vulcans? Don't they use copper?
"Tolerate my intolerance" is a failed argument when it comes to civil rights.
What about ignore my hypocrisy when I am lecturing you on tolerance?
Yes, and liberals such as myself contend that marriage is a human right. If tolerance means allowing gay individuals to have human rights, then they must have the right to marriage.
So exactly what causes it to rise up to the level of human right and not just societal privilege? It would seem to me that there are societies that exist just fine without the construct of civil sanctioned marriage. Lack of it does not inhibit the free association of any individual to be with any partner they want. It appears to me to be primarily an attempt to acquire the financial benefits of tax reductions, insurance benefit coverage, and automatic inheritance which I would argue do not rise up to the level of basic human right. I would also surmise that a secondary reason is the excitement and exhilaration for those to have something that had been previously forbidden.
"You have to tolerate my bigotry and intolerance, or you're the real oppressor!!1" is such a tired and misguided argument I'm amazed at how proud idiots always seem to be when they make it.
You confuse oppressor with hypocrite. I suspect you grow tired of having the hypocrisy pointed out.
That's just ignorance on the users part. It's just like people who refuse to change their oil regularly or put air in their tires. Regular maintenance and attentiveness comes with owning a computer. When you're told what to do over and over and yet you never change, how does it become Microsoft's fault? They dummy proof their OS and people disable these features because they are inconvenient.
Yes, it is ignorance on the part of the users. Without a doubt. It is also beside the point. The unwashed masses expect an appliance that just works when you turn it on. I have cleaned up many machines and tried to "dummy proof" them with Adblock, good antivirus, and lessons on what not to click on, but they always come back polluted. People still need to get online to do their banking, order their shit, and read their email. Whether or not it's Microsoft's fault, they get the blame when the computer won't boot or is so slow it's unusable. When they have to fork over a couple hundred every six months or so to speed it back up, users grow to hate Microsoft, not HP or Dell or Lenovo.