Originally Posted by nathris
Well I find trying to run a program and having it quit mysteriously without any hint of what went wrong worse than at least an acknowledgment that something went wrong. Even if its just "An error has occured", its still better than trying to figure out if its still opening or it crashed. The best thing would be maybe to open up a new terminal displaying the error message.
Linux does that sometimes... Sometimes I try to open a program, and nothing happens. The program doesn't open up, but neither does an error message. Although this is always remedied by trying again, I find it weird. It only happens sometimes, though.
Running the program in a terminal would show its output, and you could diagnose the problem there.
Originally Posted by Emmanuel
Windows is fully customizable too
As a joke?
The best you can do with windows is mask it and bog it down with 3rd party software to get it to do what you want.
I don't think you can argue with that.