@Bourne , this post is worth its own thread. I do not see it as humor as it is teaching users about the GnuLinux File Tree and it is a good resource to reference.
That file system image is a great insight to the workings of Linux, wish I had seen it ages ago!
Thank you @Aravisian - i tried finding some topic where I could put that but I don't found. That why I put here.
Moved to Tutorials & Guides as a visual guide to the GnuLinux File Tree.
If I have more that stuff then i will forward to this topic.
We really need more of this type of stuff
Redirecting... it exist here but maybe also another place they exist.
The very first thing I saw when I opened your link was this gem:
Spot on. I was also under the same illusion when I first used MacOS, having used nothing but Windows my entire life. Despite all the awards for UX, design, etc., I found it extremely confusing and got frustrated often with it. By the time I used Linux for the first time, I still had some residual traces of this mindset, and had to postpone my journey a few more years. Learning something new means adapting your mentality, not imposing it.
The desire to be superior divides us.
MacOS is good for people what using that machine for this purpouse.
I still believe a linux in my experiences is better from MacOS.
MacOS is good but not for that price.
The battery is not drowing on MacOS when you sleeping mode.
It must be popular because many "copies hackintosh" on internet.