Well the effect is, I just wont make shortcuts because it's not worth the time it takes compared to using the program menu, so no, it's not doing it's job. No-one is interested in learning for its own sake; people want to learn so they can do specific things. If I just wanted to learn, I'd just grab the nearest text book and go through it from start to finish. It's absolutely unbelievable that you defend this poor usability and you are the reason Linux is so unpopular among typical users. Maybe you turn on your computer just to screw around but I switch mine on with specific goals in mind and the longer it takes to do things, the less I get done.
That's absolute, complete, total nonsense.
Some people really do enjoy learning, just like some people like watching films or reading books. It's not as though doing either of those things will generally give you anything useful for other situations either but plenty of people still do them.
Why go to the expense of buying a car and learning how to drive it?Over the years, I've bought a dozen or so new-to-me cars.
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