What has Java to do with bloatware?
Consider MicroSloth, on the other hand: Each new version of WinDoze is
that much bigger and slower than the previous one, and every single one
of them has been so unstable that even an operating system written, in
part, by amateurs in their spare time is an improvement in terms of both
efficiency and stability.
Or haven't you noticed that a typical WinDoze
box requires enough processing power, memory, and hard disk space to
support a small timeshare system under any other operating system?