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Thursday, 22 October 2009

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The New Windows Operating System in Action!

Computer giant, Microsoft, have finally launched their new operating system, Windows 7. The much anticipated software was launched at PC World in London at midnight today.

Geeks from all parts of the city queued for up to five hours to get their hands on a copy. They were easily recognizable by their very pale complexions, with glasses held together with Sellotape and bloodshot eyes, somewhat like zombies. The scene was reminiscent of 'Sean of the Dead'.

No less than five hours later, Google reported a massive surge in the number of hits made by people searching for window cleaners. A spokesman for the search engine giant told In Seine News;

"At first, I noticed that around 5 a.m. people started to look for window cleaners - a service that has not been much in demand (not even by Google is since they don't make enough money) - that is until now! And then, within the hour, the search went ballistic and far outnumbered searches for TheSpoof.com, Lindsay Lohan, Susan Boyle sings naked and even Nick Griffin's Question Time appearance. I've never seen anything like it before. It made me wonder why such a phenomenon should happen on a night like this? I then noticed that the second largest number of enquiries was for windows 7. I just put 2 and 2 together and realised that people must have had problems installing the new operating system and were frantically searching on how to clean it off."

It is rumoured that that Microsoft will be issuing a new system next year called 'Self-Cleaning Windows'

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