Enough with Themes Already

Kelly McNeill writes “The ability to theme or skin one’s operating system is a popular practice for many computer users. Though Customization of the things we interact with on a daily basis is a creative way to break the monotony in our lives, its not something that should be done to computers as it dramatically detracts from their usability. Adam Barr submitted the following editorial to osOpinion/osViews such suggests that practice of altering one’s graphical user interface should be stopped.”

Link: osViews.com