We've all used Windows. A lot of us use it for games and desktop applications. Quite a few of us love it. And I'm sure we've all got things we hate about it too.
I have a few bones to pick:
Yes, but that's mainly for system administration, rather than user interaction. I'm talking about something like a single message window that would inform you of incoming IMs, emails, finished downloads, etc. Basically everything handled with balloons right now, plus more. In addition you should be able to filter and log all the notifications.
Stop bumping this dumb thread. Nobody cares about Windows users and their retarded fantasies.
Nothing but you is stopping you writing this. That's the problem with you Windows users: it's always "someone else should" instead of "I should". We are in /code/, are we not?
Well, developing non-console apps for Windows is generally harder than on Linux, I think.
every 1MB of RAM used for OS is lost 1MB of RAM. System should be light and fast to allow PROGRAMS use the ram, not crappy windows (not meant as a system name).
As for winapi32 : whith .NET it's dead
Uh, yeah, the operating system should fit in 64K. DOS fan?
> e) Configuration:
Registry is a total mess. Config files starting with a dot in your home directory are way better.