On 1/24/17 10:30 AM, Joshua D. Drake wrote:


Tom is correct here. They are not a net win for the average user. We
tend to forget that although we collectively have a lot of enterprise
installs where this does matter, we collectively do not equal near the
level of average user installs.

From an advocacy perspective, the average user install is the one that
we tend most because that tending (in theory) will grow something that
is more fruitful e.g; the enterprise install over time because we
constantly and consistently provided a reasonable and expected
experience to the average user.

I'm not completely grokking your second paragraph, but I would think that an average user would love got get a heads-up that their hardware is failing.
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