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Posted 08 April 2013 - 20:12
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Posted 08 April 2013 - 21:11
I only watched a few minutes of each, but the user was being lead to fail.
On the Mac, she had no problem with her password, but with Win8 she did not know it and it was if it was Win8's fault.
Windows is bad because they keep changing it, but she knows Mac because it never changes (after 10 years, there are no changes? Why have they released 8 different versions for?)
It was put on a VM, and she kept running into issues with the VM, complaining about how slow it was.
She praised the Mac because the desktop had no icons on it and had no clutter, but the Win8 computer she complained because there were no icons on it.
Having the most commonly used apps on the Mac in the dock was easier than having them in the cluttered start menu of Win7, but having the most commonly used apps in front of you in Win8 was confusing?
What does downloading and installing FireFox on Win8 have to do with the usability of the OS? And skimming through the Mac video, she was not asked to download FF there. Why not?
She claimed that FF loads instantly on her computer, but IE takes too long to load. Well, they are running in a VM, which is going to be slow, but she claims it is a problem with Win8.
She says that FireFox looks "sort of" like FireFox on her other computer. There is not one damn difference between FF on the different OSes, but it means Win8 is to be hated.
He claims that installing Win8 is a "fine of $100". No he has not biases whatsoever.
It was just the usual whiners who try to make Win8 look bad. She says that she wants to use Win7, but told that is not what she wants. She says she wants Vista, and he tells her that is not what she wants. While laughing and mocking her throughout using Win8, and encouraging and helping her while using Mac, I would want to be done with this jerk's pushing and just be done with it also.
Posted 08 April 2013 - 21:21
Posted 08 April 2013 - 21:24
The two of them have made many many videos apparently comparing OSs that she has never seen before, although the previous videos say otherwise
The latest one he made was supposedly going around asking random strangers a question such as directions, and trying to fit as many OS names into the conversation as possible without the other person noticing, I watched about 15 seconds of it before also coming to the conclusion it was entirely staged
Posted 08 April 2013 - 21:25
The reason she liked the clean look of Vista is because she could still find what she was looking for using the start menu. The reason she didn't like the empty desktop on Windows 8 because to her even though she couldn't locate anything on her computer she thought she could still use the desktop icons.
Posted 08 April 2013 - 21:28
I didn't watch any of the Vista video. She said she liked the Mac desktop because it was empty and "pretty." But the Win8 desktop, which is empty with a nice flower is confusing? And why didn't the boy talking ask her to run a program that is on the Win8 desktop? The Mac was already prepared with Notes down in the dock, he could have easily asked her to run the weather app in Win8 and the Weather gadget in OSX? But instead he specifically asked her to run one that was already setup. It is like how people whine about how the Smoked by WinPhone is not fair because there is a weather app already built in showing the weather, but on an iPhone/Android you need to launch an app.
Posted 08 April 2013 - 21:49
He did ask her to Run the weather app. Empty is confusing to her on WIndows 8 when her primary OS is XP and there is no start button and there is no indication that she can just start typing for her apps on the start screen, nor is there any indication she can right click to get to the all apps.
At the moment i'm watching TWIT from sunday and they are talking about Windows 8.The one word they keep using over and over is "Discoverable". This is a word I hadn't thought much of before. For instance the all apps button on the start screen isn't very discoverable, meaning hit's hidden until you do something to make it appear.
Posted 09 April 2013 - 01:13