Because it's [Flash] on every darn page on the web - for adverts - it'd be running almost constantly as the user uses Safari...
No problem. We'll just load Firefox and Flashblock - Oh wait...
Getting the definitive source will be neigh on impossible, but those are rough pointers. Either way its illustrative of requirements engineering/user perceptions/problem analysis.
> "The latest and most interesting recording hardware"? You know there are plenty of tuner devices
> out there that have Windows support but not Linux, right?
> Most people don't want their recording hardware to be "interesting", they just want it to work.
Well MCE fails in that department too.
This idea that just because it's Microsoft, "it all just works magically" is a big lie.
> Just because somebody thinks Windows is the appropriate tool for the job does not mean they're a shill
No. You're a shill because you insist on fixating on the OS Vendor product when
there are other better options. This is the whole problem with the Lemming whole mindset.
You have a platform where there are a plethora of options but you get one monopoly option
pushed at you.
You're a shill not for pushing Windows in general but MCE in particular.
Yes, because increasing user satisfaction shouldn't be an objective for a browser which is constantly trying to increase its market share...
Much like the story of people complaining about elevators taking too long to arrive, and the installation of mirrors stopped the complaints, this is much the same. If users perceive the browser to be faster, then that is just as important as it being faster from a user satisfaction point of view.
"I've finally learned what `upward compatible' means. It means we get to keep all our old mistakes." -- Dennie van Tassel