Look in a mirror. Your post demonstrates your mind is just as closed as everyone you are complaining about, if not more so. People are all different, and have different preferences and ways of doing things. That is one of the hard parts of making any kind of user interface, there is no one single way that will make everyone happy.Pisarz wrote:I hate people with closed minds.
Lazy?! You have got to be kidding me! Most people spend every second of their day busy with important real-world things, and would have to struggle to find the time to learn a new UI, even if they very much wanted to. If they could just click a button and make it look like the old one so they can get on with their life, then why not do that?Pisarz wrote:Yes, I mean all of you, who installs all those "Classic Shell" crap to remove all the new features from only one reason - You're too lazy to adapt to the changes.
Trackpads tend not to have the same accuracy as a good mouse. Also, many people who have been using mice for a long time may not have the physical agility to use a trackpad as efficiently. Smart people choose to use solutions that actually WORK for them, rather than suffer with poor solutions. But I am glad trackpads work well for you.Pisarz wrote:I hate people who use USB mice instead of built in touchpad out of pure laziness.
What language do you speak? (I can't really tell from your post) How would you feel if suddenly you were informed that starting tomorrow, everybody was required to speak Esperanto? Unless you happen to be one of the rare people who is happy to learn new languages, I think you would be quite upset.Pisarz wrote: I hate people, who are installing Windows XP on brand new computers. "WINDOWS 7 IZ A CRAP COZ ITZ NOT XP!1111". "WINDOWS 7 HAZ A SUPERBAR ITZ A CRAP". "WINDOWS 7 DOZNT HAZ LUNA THEME ITZ A CRAP". "WINDOWZ 7 HAZ DIFFERENT WALLPAPER ITZ A CRAP" etc. People, that are installing lots of crap that is consuming their PC's resources, just to make it look more like XP. But after that, they realize how sluggish the OS became, so "WINDOWZ 7 IZ A CRAP COZ ITZ SLOW", even though it would run much faster if they only could adapt to the changes.
The difference between Windows XP and Windows 7 (and even more so with Windows 8) is basically the same thing. The user interface is a language that people learn. It can take years to become proficient. When a user interface changes drastically, it is essentially speaking a new language. People don't like the fact that they have spent time, money, and hard effort learning to do things one way, only to have to start all over.
Perhaps when you are older, and have lived some, and had things you have known and loved torn down around you, perhaps then you will realize that change just for the sake of change is a bad thing.Pisarz wrote:Yes, closed minds. Hating everything, that it's different from anything they already know, cause it's different. Just don't give it a try, hate it! Just stay in the 2001, while world is going further and is constantly changing.