A new movement, and it's about time -- the Caps Lock key does very little good, and plenty of accidental harm.
THANK GOD! THIS ABOMINATION HAS TO END!!!!!!!!1one
At my old job at the US Department of Labor, all they had were PCs, but I used a Mac at home. The difference was astounding in terms of ease of use and reliability. The irony was that the Department of Justice sued Microsoft for monopoly, but their operating systems were -- you guessed it.
Eugene G. Bernat (mail):
I have hit the caps lock on numerous occassions by accident and that has caused me problems. Having said that I still have times that I need it, so perhaps we should not remove the button, but change its location on the keyboard. May be relocate it with the scroll and pause etc.
Early in the 1980's, if you wanted things for your home computer, you had to buy them from Apple.