Flat ui makes details of the interface difficult to interpret. It's aesthetic consumerism in web design. Throwing away the old for no reason other than that it's old, and insisting that people adopt the new because the old is old, so for this and no other reason, the old is bad.
Textured interface design emulated physical interfaces. It had shading. It had recognizable shape and texture, and its shape followed its function.
But since the widespread adoption of computers and the internet, this intuitive design has been abandoned under the assumption that since everyone knows how the tech works now, and knows how to use it, that there's no need to make the interface intuitive.
But this drives away new adopters, and makes the process of using interfaces into something like interpreting esoteric symbolism.
The interfaces, over time, have become more and more abstract, to the point that the symbols themselves are completely alienated from their origin.
30GB is too small.
Ended up installing NetBSD, 9Front, FreeDOS and antiX.
I think I will remove antiX and use that space on NetBSD.
Have found that my Thin Client is just a Fujitsu Siemens A250 with another brand. Here more photos, I using a IDE 40 to CF card adapter and... I tried to make he accessible so I can change the card without difficult. Well... The result is something.
Great! FreeBSD and OpenBSD wont boot, NetBSD installs ok but the X server don't work.
Someone already cover this board.
But not with 9front or some BSD.