Hello, Microsoft. I hope you’re well. I want to tell you about something really, really cool. Back in about 1978, I was working on a DEC PDP-11/35, and (check this out) it had software that could detect when I typed something. Is that cool, or what?
Oh, wait. I just realized something. You have that too. And you have screensavers that don’t kick in unless there is no activity for some period of time. And, ohmygod, you can even select how much time that is!
Well, I guess my news isn’t all that exciting to you after all. But, if you don’t mind, could you explain why, if you have that technology, YOU ARE STILL REBOOTING MY COMPUTER WITHOUT WARNING WHEN I’M IN THE MIDDLE OF TYPING SOMETHING?
Guy Who Does All His Serious Work On Linux
P.S.: To all of you Mac users who are about to make you-should-be-using-a-Mac comments: Blow me.