Originally Posted by gingerbread
Just imagine. A screwdriver. There are many kinds of heads. You will have 10 screwdriver in your hand. By using interchangeable heads, now you will have only 1 screwdriver in your hand.
More practical, more user friendly and most importantly, more people can adopt.
When more people can adopt = More discovery.
I hope you will consider in combining the applications.
This sort of thinking is very very wrong. It's why operating systems aren't just windows.exe and linux.bin. These applications are fine the way the are. Using your screwdriver analogy, please consider the following. You have a universal screwdriver but you need to work on a bolt... To use your driver you now need a socket and an adapter for that to work. However, the only size socket you can find is 1/2 inch... So you need to use an adapter on an adapter to a socket. Eventually one of those adapters is going to break...or you won't have the torque to turn the bolt. Applications need to do one thing, and do it well. When you start making applications huge and cumbersome you take away from their value and guarantee that they'll never be used by professionals. Not to mention the fact that flatz has already stated his time is spread thin.
Please don't pay this request any mind.