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Tomaaz

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« on: 07. December 2018, 20:14:16 »
Just for curiosity. I was a bit surprised that majority of users here are on Windows. What about mobile devices?

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« Reply #1 on: 08. December 2018, 15:09:51 »
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I was a bit surprised that majority of users here are on Windows

why?

Mobile..of course Windows.
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« Reply #2 on: 08. December 2018, 15:46:59 »

  Mobile devices are too hard to look at . I'd rather have a 13 inch screen.

  I think it's just a fad. If Windows laptops had been invented after toy phones, I think the fad would have been quickly ended.
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« Reply #3 on: 09. December 2018, 10:14:03 »
Older men (like me) need a screen >= 24 inches.  ;D
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« Reply #4 on: 09. December 2018, 10:42:28 »

  Mobile devices are too hard to look at . I'd rather have a 13 inch screen.

  I think it's just a fad. If Windows laptops had been invented after toy phones, I think the fad would have been quickly ended.

I have to agree for things like coding or viewing web forums, but there are a lot of tasks for which a phone form factor is very, very suitable and are very much more suited than a laptop. For instance, I have a Windows laptop here that uses a 7" form factor and I still carry a phone rather than the laptop - the phone fits into my pocket and for maps/browsing on the go it beats a laptop every time.

Of course, whenever I'm sat down then the laptop comes out...

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« Reply #5 on: 09. December 2018, 12:58:39 »
Mobile devices are too hard to look at . I'd rather have a 13 inch screen.

???

Things that are easier to do on mobile devices:
  • reading news
  • checking internet forums, if they have mobile version (this one, sadly, doesn't)
  • checking email
  • using messengers
  • managing/listening to podcasts
  • using maps
  • basic online banking (checking balance etc.)

Things that are harder to do on mobile devices.
  • coding
  • audio editing
  • making music
  • video editing
  • text processing
  • online shopping
  • serious image editing