The current generation of operating systems is much more powerful than they were in the days of DOS. We demand more from them now than ever before, and they've had to keep up with all of our needs and wants. As you know, an OS isn't just another standard piece of software. Instead, an operating system has to manage a complex set of system-level processes all at one time, and it's quite literally responsible for running the show. Therefore, it's easy to see why these systems take so long to develop and successfully release.
Read on over at OS Weekly.
Why GUI Matters the Most in Computing
Posted on Tuesday, Sep 19 2006 @ 09:20 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck