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Without the end user noticing the change?[edit]

Is this still one of the aims? I see that it is no longer on their official website and so the reference has had to be pulled from the Internet Archive (though it is still quoted on a few forums). This suggests to me that maybe the developers have dropped that aim. After all, I would imagine one of their aims would be to create something faster/more stable than Windows. If they succeed in this, I think they would hope users would notice.

Maybe there's a current statement of ReactOS's aims somewhere.... — Smjg (talk) 17:59, 6 October 2017 (UTC)