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Discussion in 'Apple, Inc and Tech Industry' started by mkrishnan, Dec 1, 2009.
Had not seen or heard of this yet.
"This version of Window's won't have any of the issues that Windows ____ had'
LOL I thought the revolutionary OS was perfect.
Noobs! These developers have released a malware that runs on XP, Vista, and 7. Meanwhile, I can't get feck all to run on Tiger anymore.
And it seems it relates to one piece of software affecting a tiny amount of machines.
Kind of like the Snow Leopard guest account bug but without the loss of all your personal files.
Glass houses, stones, etc.
At least you could do something with the blue screens.
Don't worry. The Sun will rise tomorrow. You will get through this.
Yeah, I agree -- I was surprised that I had not heard of this, because apparently it was floating around happening for some time. I have two XP computers at home and use two at work and have not seen or heard of this problem.
LOL at the excuses, when Snow Leopard had the guest account bug, the Windows fanboys were shouting from the roof. Now that the shoe is on the other foot, it only affects a small amount of machines. Yeah right, dig that head deeper into the sand.
Yet another thing MS has copied from Apple. THis list just goes on and on.
Meh, one camp always raves when the other camp is under assault.
Oh don't be ridiculous. This isn't a crusade, they're both just operating systems. The comment was to illustrate that all operating systems have their issues and only a complete moron would expect them to be faultless in the first place. That's why you get updates for every OS.
Seems like it was (as usual for these things) blown hugely out of proportion:
What the BSOD articles say about journalism today
Very, very few people take the time to check "facts" before repeating them these days.
Lots of press as usual and not much else.
no wonder i didn't see it, guess i need to install malware first.
does GSOD on mac needs a malware to activate? don't think so.