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The Perfect Operating System


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Describe what you consider to be the perfect operating system and/or ways to make the current ones better.

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IMO a system that is totally different from any we know and that has the most common software integrated. ie photo, music, word processing,
all of this and very easy to use. so easy that i would not want to use mac X or windows ever again.

the question here is why would i want to do that? my answer is the time factor. many of us want things done now and dont want to deal with intrinsic commands and steps. just my opinion.

did i forget to mention 3d and a new input device that assimilates a mouse but can do much more. ( still trying to figure out what this device looks like!) :p
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