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| ..."It's almost like Microsoft is designing for geeks and
| Apple is designing for real people," said Joe Wilcox, a senior analyst
| at Jupiter Research.
| Wilcox said that, in terms of functionality, Microsoft's approach
| produces interfaces that are too complicated. You have to plug in
| something that launches a wizard, he explained. Then you have to go
| through several steps to get a device to complete a first-time
| configuration. "Whereas Apple's common-man approach is 'you plug it
| in and it works,'" said Wilcox.
Sounds like modern Linux distributions...