On Mon, 03 Sep 2007 14:55:19 -0400 Stewart Adam <s adam diffingo com> wrote: > That's what I'm saying - Letting the user select is nice. Some > machine's fans will blare, others not. Some Desktop CPU have throttle > states, others none or not enough to make a big change. Letting the user choose is fine. Asking every single user the question is not fine. I'm all for customization and choice, I just think we toss enough technobabble at people and get in their way enough before we let them use the system. Keep in mind that Live images don't really go through this and there haven't been many(any?) complaints in that area despite the rather large uptake on usage. I think that model somewhat proves that we don't have to bombard our users with a ton of questions and instead pick reasonable defaults and provide tools to adjust after the fact. -- Jesse Keating Fedora -- All my bits are free, are yours?
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