> > That's the specially crafted iq-barrier which has been implemented in Linux, if you > > can't figure out how to install a codec-pack (which is about as hard as on Windows) > > then you are not supposed to be using Linux. > > You don't think people with a high iq are more likely to just install Windows and go > do something more productive with their time? Linux on the desktop has a > personality-barrier which I'm happy to be on the Microsoft side of.
Windows is just as bad. Someone needs to be shot for the brain-dead approach to 64-bit support with the stupid reflected filesystem and registry views. The registry is fucked up concept in general, and the cause of countless headaches with stupid crap left around in it for no good reason. If you think you're somehow smarter for preferring Windows, you're no better than the Linux fanboys.