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Unity、GNOME和Windows 8被批垃圾

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发表于 2011-11-10 15:52:26 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
ZDNET知名博主Ken Hess是资深Mac、Linux、Unix 和Windows 系统管理员,有着在大型数据中心超过15年的工作经验,日前他发文大骂Unity、GNOME 和Windows 8,此文虽然是一篇“骂”文,却更多地表达了作者的无奈,他仍在继续寻找适合自己的终极桌面系统。
下面我们来看Our4.org对于Ken Hess这篇“骂文”的摘选内容:
我对于桌面操作系统的抱怨持续已经很多年了,1995年发生了伟大的桌面革命,但那之后桌面操作系统的发展可以说基本停滞不前。在1996年我头一次看到FVWM 95 时,发现它很可爱并且聪明,而且它基于Linux 并和Windows 95有着相似的外观,所以非常喜欢它。虽然花了一些时间,但我还是在微软发布Windows 95B之前快速适应了它。
当初微软是利用NT系列操作系统才得以摆脱DOS,然后才开始了一段全新的历程。我个人非常喜欢Windows XP,并且认为它应该被载入到桌面操作系统的史册。随后发布的Vista显然是个重大失败,Windows 7则扮演了挽救微软的角色。Windows 7有些怪癖我没有办法适应,比如我需要每隔几天就重新安装一下我的打印机驱动。而且我的电脑有点旧了,每次系统自动更新重启,这个过程都会变得极具刺激性。但总体而言,Windows 7还是很酷的。除了Windows 7的简化版(Starter Edition),它简直就是在浪费时间、媒体和磁盘空间。
最近炒得沸沸扬扬的Windows 8 绝对是一个全新的素食动物。我讨厌它,讨厌所有这些用荒谬的大图标拼凑成的外观,好像你必须刷卡通过才能使用它。它看起来就像是专门为学龄前儿童,而不是为成年人设计的,而且好像特别排斥像你和我这样精通技术的人。
我知道Windows 8现在还处在Beta或Alpha版本阶段,管它什么版本呢,这都是废话,我不会使用它。还有一点值得肯定的是,如果使用Windows 8,虽然大部分的好东西都还躺在硬盘的某个地方,但是要发现他们是个真正的挑战。
我想知道我的程序在哪里,我想知道我的文档在哪里,而不是从一堆冒失的大大小小的图标中寻找想要用的程序,也不想无休止地搜索我的应用程序,我要提高我的工作效率,但是 Windows 8正在做相反的事情。
到底谁设计的这个东西?猴子吗?外国佬?吸血鬼?
怎样才能让一些原本工作正常的东西变得不正常?我现在已经有了答案:使用Windows 8。
当然我不会使用它,我宁愿使用TWM 或者Chrome OS,尽管我同样讨厌它们。
是的,我知道还有Mac OS X,我知道还有这么个操作系统,我没有想要忽略或看不起它的意思。只是有点不幸,尝试苹果的任何产品成本都太高了,而且我讨厌那种在我深入了解Mac OS X之后又开始讨厌它的那种感觉。
也许我会再次尝试LXDE ,但愿它比我多年前第一次安装它的时候Bug少一点,不过如果我开始尝试,一定要先把它安装到虚拟机好好测试一番才行,如果安装到虚拟机都有问题,那就先忘了它吧,我绝不会使用它。
我特别希望现在设计计算机的人能给人们带来高效且实用的东西,我不喜欢折腾那些低能垃圾,如果你想吸引更多的观众,请别用低能这种方式。不要把电脑界面搞得像在教婴儿说话和拼写,那是在浪费每一个人的时间。
你使用什么操作系统?在未来两年中,你会使用什么?你打算更换系统吗?你认为Windows 8怎么样?

http://news.mydrivers.com/1/208/208891.htm


                                       
 楼主| 发表于 2011-11-10 15:53:41 | 显示全部楼层
补:Unity和Gnome3的部分,英文原著

Words to Unity

I’m not exactly sure how Canonical can defend Unity–athough, I’ve seen them try–and I’m not sure how anyone can use it. It takes me ten minutes to find my Terminal every time I try to find it. Finally, I added it to that goofy hanging chad thingy on the left side of my screen. I can’t efficiently find anything using it. I uninstalled it and installed GNOME in its place. Imagine my shock when I looked at GNOME 3.x for the first time. I went into a fit of cussing and throwing that made me look like a spoiled toddler.

I am spoiled–spoiled by “GNOME Classic.” Apparently, if I like anything that’s works well, it’s now classic, retro or my favorite, legacy. I love (and by love, I mean hate) it when people refer to legacy this and legacy that. Legacy? It makes me ill to hear someone call something legacy that’s barely five years old.

I digress. Sorry, sometimes my rants diverge like that. It’s a combination of poor segue planning and my own battle with ADD.

Anyway, I hate Unity. I can’t find anything without having to page through every application on my system and it just feels clunky. A desktop manager should do two things: Provide a graphical background on which to work with applications and be easy to use–transparent, in fact.

I want to be able to sit down at my computer and launch any application within two or three seconds. I don’t want to search for anything unless I’m purposely searching for it.

Unity is a big flop. I hope it didn’t take a lot of effort to develop because it sucks. And, I’m trying desperately hard to express my opinion of it without using expletives.

Go Home GNOME

The new GNOME isn’t it. In fact, my Linux systems have all been reverted back to GNOME Classic as they’re calling now. Classic? Really? Just a month or so ago, it was just GNOME and I liked it. I liked it fine. It is clean, fast, efficient…and OK, it’s a little Windowsy but still better than KDE 4.x. And, the hate for KDE 4.x comes from a guy who used to love KDE. I used it instead of GNOME. GNOME seemed a little buggy in its earlier iterations.

But, when KDE made the great switch to widget weirdness, I said, “Nope, no way. I have a choice. I’m moving to GNOME.” I did and I’ve never looked back. Until now, that is.

I’m at a crossroads in my decision about a desktop manager, GUI, window manager or whatever you want to call it. I hate the new GNOME. It’s cheesy and I can’t find stuff. It’s as if the developers took Unity to be the new Windows 95 and tried to copy its suckiness into what used to be a cool desktop manager.

Unity and GNOME 3.x both fail for me.
发表于 2011-11-10 19:54:25 | 显示全部楼层
跟偶一样,就是喜欢xp和2003,不喜欢后来的那些版本
发表于 2011-11-10 20:36:45 | 显示全部楼层
永远在发展,永远没终极
发表于 2011-11-11 08:01:23 | 显示全部楼层
用了WIN7不想再XP了!
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