wwarnick wrote:Absolutely true.
Pah! You silly people - you need to regain a grasp of basic logic. Even if *most* who use Windows don't understand computers, there is a minority who do. Indeed, imagine that, as well as this, *most* who understand computers also use Windows. It is entirely possible that those who don't understand computers but say, use them for work, outnumber those who do understand them. Thus, it is possible for most
who use Windows not to understand computers, and still have people who *do* understand computers using it primarily.
Notice also, that I didn't use the word 'all' even once in my original statement. Notice also, that this even allows for people who don't
understand computers to be using alternative OSes.
The only way what I said could mean what you think would be if it were: "All people who use Microsoft software don't know the first thing about computers." I did not. I said 'a lot (most?)'. The 'most' is an assertion, but there is no question that a large number of people who use Windows don't know much about computers.
If you're going to agree with someone, check that what they're saying makes sense.