The Spelling Check is Complete
A key design difference between Windows and Linux is the assumption of an operator. Windows assumes there is one; Linux assumes there isn't. Or to put it another way, a command that works correctly has no output or confirmation in Linux while Windows users expect a response even if it's just a modal alert. In, Jensen Harris writes about what happens when a Windows program doesn't confirm: "One of the things we've tried to do from time to time is reduce the number of modal alerts that pop up as part of working with Office. Most people don't spend the time to read the text of message boxes--as a result, unless there's an action that needs to be taken, most people just click OK." Read more in
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