Now I'm wondering why I installed Expression Engine and a few other apps.
Windows 8 is also heading down the same path but Microsoft has admitted that keeping the overall basic user interface accessible is important. Not everyone will have a touch-screen capable device or advanced touch pad and they know it. Apple, on the other-hand, locks out upgrades for older devices while forcing newer owners to deal with new and sometimes unwanted features. If you want an example, upgrading to 10.7 Lion affected how users scroll and forced them to either re-learn using two-finger scrolling in the opposite direction or figure out how to reverse scrolling to work the "right" way like it did in the past few operating system releases. This "feature" change could have been rolled out by allowing users to opt-into scrolling a different way, but Apple decided what was best for users and user interfaces.
I'd argue that 10.6 was the last release dedicated to traditional computer usage while newer releases will only continue to complicate the experience. A small portable device will be used differently than a larger desktop device.
I am not looking forward to a world where I have to clean my monitor every day.
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