This is no longer true with Win95/DOS 7. You make a change, restartQuote:> Imagine that your car could not have its hood oppened. The only
> way you could attempt to fix the car yourself would be to point and klick
> on ikons. Wouldn't that be enturbulating! The DoS (Device of Satan)
> prompt allows a skilled user to fix problems by actually going into the
> programs themselves and mucking around.
Win95, Win95 decides you made the wrong change, and undoes your change.
Or, one day you reboot your PC and Win95 tells you your video chip has
magically changed and you need a new driver.
This may be true now, but was not true when Windows 2 and 3.0 and 3.1Quote:> It's the difference between automatic and stick. Automatic is
> easier for learning and offers instant expertise. Stick lets the skilled
> user have more control at the cost of greater difficulty, but for the
> skilled user, the difficulty in automatic is actually greater at times
> because of the enturbulation of the lack of control.
were competing with Macs. Then, you had a multitasking, well thought
out GUI in the Mac, as compared to an unstable copycat in early
you are cordially invited to visit the pulled mints website:
Pulled Mints is a zine about Don Knotts, Windows95, and
sex toys you can make from household objects.