I’ve always found the Sane Defaults aspect appealing, but maybe that’s a bit hard to convey as you only get to understand and appreciate it in practice (and after some time).
Frankly speaking, I don’t like this pitch. No, really. I hate it.
It’s vague and doesn’t specifically talk to someone. Who is going to use it? What’s ecxactly means “personal computing” in 2018? Where are the strong points?
It seems to come from a book about software engineering, specifically the first line of “example of specs document” chapter.
Again, as we stated before, there’s nothing good to highlight what a product is not rather than what a product is. Expecially if the feature missing is somewhat the target users expect by default.
by the way – you could help me here