Is there anything more comfy than ancient, deprecated software?
Oh that reminds me of a game/simlator I played before that's like a copy of the primitive internet or something. I wish I could remember what it was, it was all like telnetting into o dialing into different servers and they just had peoples day to day shit on them from like the 80s.
dude i play that still. fuck the administration. they ban anyone. but i asked nicely if i could access the source but forbin only hands it out to people who knows, which is understandable.
i use a lot of shit thats so outdated it would never be used by any any respectable company or educational facility
basically because the program from 1994 has several menus, with the exact buttons that do exactly what you installed the program to do, a modern version of the same program has thousands of menus within menus, and even the most core functions of the program are so hidden away you could never use it without a tutorial
its a really shitty trend desu
>tfw have Visual Basic 6.0 coming in the mail
>that plain-grey color scheme
>those 90's icons
Why is this shit so comfy? These and weird little programs you download to solve one specific problems are the best.
The fucking panic button though
This microsoft aesthetic == best aesthetic
You have no idea how hard i'd use that version of VS if intellisense matched 2015s and had latest compilers ...
No, there isn't. I may have grown up with Windows 3.1 and 98, but I've come to learn that 2000 is objectively best. [spoiler]On the Mac side of things, I also miss OS 9.[/spoiler]
This is good design. That loks like shit.
lel, 640x480 desktop.
All that whitespace.
cluttered. I'd remove alot of the shit in there so I could focus on the code.
I remember Tiger as well. That was OS X's peak in my opinion. Also, we need late 90's Apple back... the iPhone basically ruined them for me.
From a marketing standpoint. It was in the companies interest to move x86 architecture as the PPC architecture was dying fast. I think Amiga is the only brand left that still runs PPC today. Even consoles moved to x86 arch.
I don't blame them for ditching PPC for x86. I just find it sad how their image changed once they got full of themselves with the iPhone. Can't fault them, though... it's the bread and butter of the company, now.
Also this. Apple's ruined a lot of things in the past few years. I've especially disliked how they sacrifice quality of hardware and software for aesthetics.
There is a balance between looks and performance that they were once capable of. Funny enough, Apple products don't even look that great, anymore.