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    What do you think computers will be like in 2022

    The year is 2022 what is your expectations for computers and OS's

    I envision computers without boxes virtual screens and a full holographic Ubuntu gnome interface with touch capabilities and AI

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    Re: What do you think computers will be like in 2022

    Better than they are today, but not as nifty as we might think they will be.

    Much like visions of 2000, back in 1960. Life really is better today than in 1960, but there aren't nearly enough flying cars.

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    Re: What do you think computers will be like in 2022

    Most of what I posted is here it exists and is experimental today.

    Who doesn't have a flying car.

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    Re: What do you think computers will be like in 2022

    Quote Originally Posted by mousestalker View Post
    Better than they are today, but not as nifty as we might think they will be.

    Much like visions of 2000, back in 1960. Life really is better today than in 1960, but there aren't nearly enough flying cars.
    exactly

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    Quote Originally Posted by mousestalker View Post
    Better than they are today, but not as nifty as we might think they will be.

    Much like visions of 2000, back in 1960. Life really is better today than in 1960, but there aren't nearly enough flying cars.
    The way that technology is progressing today, I think we will be surprised if we could see into the future,providing that the Zombie Apocalypse or the machine uprising doesn't begin.

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    Re: What do you think computers will be like in 2022

    I think that the way we are using computers today won't have changed very much in the year 2022. I think it's a classic to think otherwise.

    There will come new technologies, but most people won't afford it.

    I hope that the Linux kernel still exists and that it has evolved in a positive way at that time.
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    Re: What do you think computers will be like in 2022

    Everything will be remote...a computer will be nothing more than an interface to the internet.

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    Re: What do you think computers will be like in 2022

    Hot off the press from the future:

    slashdotdashdotslashdot.org reports:
    Ubuntu 22.10, codename Zappy Zygote, was released today. The new version includes support for IntelAMD's latest Icosidodecahedrolatic Ditrigonal Dodecadodecahedrous® [IDD] cores. At the press conference in London, Mark Shuttleworth announced that boot times have been pushed down to a stunning 18 seconds, and that the entire OS can fit on to a single 8TB CloudStick™. Early adopters report that the new immersive reality experience is blowing away all previous benchmarks.
    Oh, and this:

    timewarnerabccnetz.combineorg reports:
    Windows Ultimate Ultimate Pro Redux has landed. The new operating system from Redmond has been wowing consumers with its much-improved interface, although some critics have been complaining about some Windows Genuine Micropayments® extracting more money from their bank accounts than originally planned. Most people are happy, though, or in the words of some analysts, "This is what Windows Ultimate Ultimate should have been."
    I don't think things will really be all that different. The kernel mailing lists will be full of arguments, people will be clamouring for faster boot times, people will be going to war with one another over patents, forks, bugs, bloat and usershare. The only thing that will change is the number of zeroes on the end of your hardware specifications.
    Last edited by monsterstack; May 21st, 2009 at 08:09 PM.

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    Re: What do you think computers will be like in 2022

    "Twice as powerful, 10,000 times larger, and so expensive that only the five richest kings in Europe will own them."

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    Re: What do you think computers will be like in 2022

    I think integration between the web and the OS will improve. We see it a little today. Most of the apps I run on Ubuntu pull information from web-services. I'm not saying that we will be running WEB operating systems or anything like that. I just think that networking will reach a new level in the consumer market.
    Constant development is the law of life, and a man who always tries to maintain his dogmas in order to appear consistent drives himself into a false position - Mahatma Gandhi

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