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Friday, 28 May 2010

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Windows 4? Or Windows 16? Do panes count as individual windows?

Columbian José Conseco was today left astonished by an apparent bug in the new and fancy Windows 7 operating system, from Microsoft. The bug, detailed Norton Security services, allows users to drag-and-drop the Windows folder into the Recycle Bin. This creates a computerised Catch-22 (Catch-0b10110 in binary) causing the computer to repeatedly reboot.

Being able to move your Windows folder into the Recycle Bin should be disallowed by Microsoft's new feature, dubbed by Microsoft as UAC (User Account Control). UAC is a feature which aims to disable all dangerous functions from their users but actually allows them to still do whatever they want but with really annoying messages come up first.

Microsoft have yet to comment on the finding but notorious Microsoft haters at Slashdot have jumped on the opportunity to "big-up" a system they called Linux, presumably a derivative of either Windows or OS X. Said one posted in their comments board:

"Mcriso$t are just the WORST ppl evar and I hope they all dies in hell LOL!!"

All of which does not help poor Mr Conseco who was apparently writing the last page of his memoirs before the accident. He claims he was trying to hide all details of his massive pornography stash from his donkey, but this seems unlikely. In fact, it seems so extraordinary we can only hope to probe further into what the actual truth was - in the deep, dark hope that it's even more lascivious. Yum!

Even after writing this story, Microsoft have yet to comment. Which is not too surprising since it only took a few minutes, but is still likely to provide fuel to the anti-Microsoft fire. Toast me a marshmallow boys - I'm a campin' out with ya!

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