…if Microsoft opened a store to sell stuff for devices that run Microsoft operating systems, and then installed links to the store with OS updates? I mean, I can delete the App Store icon from my applications menu, but as of yesterday’s update, it’s in the damn system menu, too.
I was annoyed when Apple put the iDisk link in Finder by default, but at least you can remove that easily. And it’s kind of cute how excited Mac users are that there’s suddenly a glut of applications available to them, but (a) a link to the App Store is kind of like a shortcut—pardon me, an alias—to a browser that only opens one URL, and 2. putting that link in the system menu is vaguely embarrassing, like George W. Bush using a presidential debate to show off his knowledge of the Internets or something.
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