re: Car interface!
And if you want to transport a nuclear sub with that car, what bit do you fiddle on the gear lever to do this? How about if you want to run it in an F1 race? How about destruction derby or RAC rally?
A car is a single-porpose machine. That makes the UI a simple task.
And have a look at how many people have a problem intuitively in someone else's car:
a) open the door to get out
b) set the seat forward/back
with your "simple interface"!
As to your idiotic post about "changing resolution" when was the last time you ran Linux? Here's how you do it in Linux:
Right click on desktop (same as windows)
Configure Desktop (similar, names changed to protect the indecent)
Select Display (you have to select the Display tab in Windows)
In the "Size and Orientation" section, select the size, refresh rate for the screen.
Someone who can manage the task in Windows but not in Linux is a computer image-recognition scheme that automates clicking on things, not a human being.
Where the fuck do you get your info from? MS Knowledge Base???