|Subject:||death to rodents|
Response to: death to rodents
Still, its the standard level of integration and simplicity that its always had in windows that is great. ie: I could switch the computer I'm working on, and not have to change any preferences (because I might not have authorization to do so if say, its at work). As well, Windows recognizes the fact that you may have opened the start menu or windows explorer (etc.) from the keyboard, and appropriately shows the little underlines to serve as shortcuts to functions within those areas.
Keystroke integration is just far superior in Windows than it is on those mice-pioneering macs.
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