On Fri, Oct 30, 2009 at 12:39 PM, Ronny Wisor <RonnyWisor@xxxxxx> wrote: > > > Why should Haiku be like OS X or even Windows? Any good reasons? The goal > of Haiku R1 is to be a replacement for BeOS R5 and beyond. I personally > still use BeOS because it´s a very good OS (my opinion) compared to other > OSs. > Because a concept isn't automatically bad just because they had it first. I said I'd like this option because I have used it and I think it's an improvement compared not having it. I have never said Haiku should have some feature just because another OS has it. But if you want a reason in print: I have a few apps that I start immediately almost every time turn on my computer, and I think it's a convenient way of starting them. I think you could combine running apps with shortcuts because they aren't that different from a user's point of view. I know there's a huge difference for the computer, but I think the OS is supposed to make the user's life easier and not just the computer's. If you still think it sounds horrible maybe you could try using an OS with this possibility (OSX, Win7 or Linux) and see if you like it. If you don't, well maybe you could at least accept that others may like it and tolerate that it was an optional setting.