Re: I like Python and C
Frankly, I never had an issue with the segmented address space.
x86's memory addressing and "context switching" chained CPU performance to the 1970s for decades. Intel had admirable processes for a dreadful architecture. But, as with VHS over Beta (feel free to add your own examples), it's often not the best technology which succeeds initially. Eventually, however, the better technology is likely to be adopted.