Decades of computer use. Moderately sophisticated MS Office suite user, created batch files for startups, backups, and file management. Use extensive use of menu interface, tailored macros/VBA procedures, and limited AutoHotkey use for cross-platform interactions. May not return to Brave if it has no keyboard accessible menu interface (i.e. Alt+[A-Z] for fast application navigation). Very surprised to see abandonment of professional-level computer use in face of ubiquitous GUI use (throwing out the baby with the bathwater). Basically, I think people need to understand that, ironically, now that GUI has brought everyone into the computing (which includes not just computers, but portable devices like pads & smartphones) world, we can actually begin moving back to menu interfaces (perhaps even command lines) to enhance & speed up the sophisticated user experience. I think that dropping shortcuts for adept digital interfacers is ignorant (not stupid) and regressive.