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Thread: In defence of the Command Line Interface

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    Re: In defence of the Command Line Interface

    Quote Originally Posted by sudoer541 View Post
    Most computer users (me and 95% of this world) dont like to use the CLI cuz we want to use our computers to accomplish a task quickly with the mouse. We dont want to learn whats inside our OS and how it works. We just want our computers to work.
    Don't presume to speak for anyone but yourself, please.

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    Re: In defence of the Command Line Interface

    I find it weird, I am from that generation which has grown up in a GUI world. Before trying ubuntu, I had hardly ever used the dose cmd. Learning to use this strange new tool is a fun experience, and it defiantly isnt a bad thing but I have to say, for more tasks I believe that I can still work quicker with a GUI. I am finding the more that I use the CLI, the more confident I become in it and productive it becomes.

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    Re: In defence of the Command Line Interface

    Your level of productivity really depends on how you approach a task and the tols you choose.
    Want an alternative to 99% of Windows applications?
    http://www.osalt.com/

    "Dude, real programmers compile" - Plato 428BC

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