On Fri, 2004-05-14 at 09:21, seth vidal wrote: > > And you expect users to sit down when they first log in and evaluate all > > the various options for software, pick one for each task? Nobody wants > > to do that. They want one application that just works. > > > > As opposed to what other option? Hunt around to edit their menus up? I wouldn't expect most users to edit the menu at all. They'll just use the default. > If they don't know what's on the machine, then how are they supposed to > determine which application is best for them? Again, I don't think most users are going to want to spend time evaluating various applications. > Moreover, what if they already have a preferred application? But it's > not the 'preferred one' by your standards. How are they supposed to find > it? If they have a preferred application, they're more of a power user. Probably something like the MacOS "Applications" folder would be a good solution here, as Rex suggested.
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