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Old 24th January 2015, 22:21   #19
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Originally Posted by garetjax View Post
I believe the notion he is setting forth is that while you may want to remove legacy app support it really isn't doable for an os. The problem is business usage; they rely IPO many legacy environments and apps that infrastructure wise are to cost prohibitive initially to bring into a new is that does not support them. An os is just a user gateway to tools, software, and data systems systems. You cannot simply break legacy; this was the failure of the Metro version of windows.
I believe you have entirely misunderstood what both of us were saying. for the record, I was talking about certain legacy aspects of support winamp itself provides, that I think should be dropped if they impede winamp's progress. he can speak for himself though, and he often does when it comes to things I have to say.

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