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    I really liked the new theme when it was in early development, and so did many other people (clones using KDE/GNOME/Beryl abounded). They've completely ruined it now though.
    It like Windows, linux, and mac all shoved in together to make one OS.
    You are, of course, joking.
    Aero is fairly obviously Microsoft's answer to Apple's OS X graphics, and possibly Linux' Beryl/Compiz, but other than that I really fail to see the similarities. I don't know if this is still the case, but there's some pretty serious (and thus, since the concept is flawed, seriously bad) DRM stuff in the plans at one point. I suspect at least some of it is still there.

    I suppose that could be considered Mac-style too (iTunes &c.), but I think the Linux community would start building its own hardware before it let something like that into the OS Linus' mere mention of allowing basic DRM-supporting hardware in the license recently sent Stallman up in flames.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Twey View Post
    You are, of course, joking.
    Aero is fairly obviously Microsoft's answer to Apple's OS X graphics, and possibly Linux' Beryl/Compiz, but other than that I really fail to see the similarities. I don't know if this is still the case, but there's some pretty serious (and thus, since the concept is flawed, seriously bad) DRM stuff in the plans at one point. I suspect at least some of it is still there.

    I suppose that could be considered Mac-style too (iTunes &c.), but I think the Linux community would start building its own hardware before it let something like that into the OS Linus' mere mention of allowing basic DRM-supporting hardware in the license recently sent Stallman up in flames.

    Nah not really joking, The modern looking graphics (Aero) remind me of mac, and the way the files and folders are setup remind me like linux (ubuntu in particular).

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    They've ditched the whole C:, D:, E: thing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Twey View Post
    They've ditched the whole C:, D:, E: thing?
    Huh! Are you talking about the drives??

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    Aye. What's the directory structure like? What part of it reminds you of that of Linux?
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