GB, in the world of computing, yes, a fraction of a second is a big deal. You should know that. Don't you recall moving from one dial up connection to another, or when your phone provider upgraded? And then there was the progression of broadband and additional speeds? Not to mention RAM upgrades and little things we were doing to gain more speed. I think anyone who spends regular time on a computer can tell when a page loads a millisecond slower. I'm sure you can tell milliseconds' difference when talking camera recovery times.
But as someone who is using a Dell laptop... those three clicks vs one are a BIG DEAL with Dell's crummy touchpad
But really those are both moot points (get it
). Simpler is simpler and faster is faster. And DC's "uniqueness" has its limits. There is a reason virtually every other forum uses the Like system they do. It's a much better system. Slide the pointer over Like, click, done.