Unconfirmed Sources report that Microsoft has finally released the latest version of Bugs, its popular system administrator employment package. The new version of Bugs has been delayed for several months, but is said to the state of the art in bug simulation software. System administrators across the nation rejoiced as the news of the release spread in the computer community.
The Bugs system was revolutionary when released and is still a huge time saver for it users, it is also one of Microsoft's most popular products and is bundled with it's entire software line. The Bugs software program simulates 'problems' and 'glitches' that require the computer users to call a systems administrator to fix them.
When a computer user encounters a 'problem' with their system they call their system administrator. The system administrator examines the 'problem' and then diddles around for a few hours. After he is done wasting time he goes to the Bugs home page and gets the fix-it-code for the 'problem'. The code is then entered into the secret Bugs Control Panel and 'WA LA' the problem is fixed and administrator is a hero. Bugs administrator/users pay a small fee for each fix, but feel the price is worth it.
Lev Greenstock, a system administrator in Madison Wisconsin spoke with Unconfirmed Sources about the release. "We've been waiting for the new version of Bugs a long time. Things have been slowing down as we have 'fixed' all the 'problems' with Bugs 2.0. People have even been let go around here because there is no work. This new release should keep us in clover for the next year of two."
Our sources indicate the software contains upgraded versions of issues such as the 'blue screen of death' and the popular 'if condition persists reboot and consult your system administrator' and many new features which are still secret at this time. With the growing popularity of wireless and LAN networks there is bound to be many features that will complicate these uses.
Microsoft would not comment on the features contained in the new release but suggested we consult our system administrator for help.