The Star Wars fans among you who remember Microsoft's TV punts for Windows 7... ...might enjoy this explanation of just whose idea the Death Star was: Well, recruiting Darth Vader for a Windows 7 promotion probably would have panned out better than a short dalliance with Family Guy: MS dropped plans for a TV variety …
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Not a Fit
"was not a fit with the Windows brand" .... yeah, the jokes on these shows work.
The other ones
are pretty good as well - chewwy one is awesome!
Windows 7 was my idea...
... but I gave away the IP to Microsoft who patented it...
The Snap Feature!
I just want to state for the record that I still hate the snap feature. I've tried it. It is not an acquired taste. It has not grown on me.
So of course I find this hilarious.
Re: The Snap Feature
Yes, I couldn't turn it off fast enough when KDE copied the 'feature'
I actually quite like it.
Wow, so impressed
That is by far the gayest shit I have ever seen, And i live across the bay from San Francisco!
Hey, its seriously that gay, I give it 2 SNAPs!
Wow, so impressed
Your comment is by far the most thoughtless and insulting shit I have ever seen, and I live across the pond from the USA.
Hey, it's seriously that thoughtless and insulting, I give you 2 FINGERs!
Bloody YouTube blocking firewall at work. Can't even see a still image of it.
Windows 7 was my idea
Let me get this straight, Microsoft stole the ideas from many, many beautiful, young people across America for Windows 7, then made ads to tell the world this and now they want us, the gullible people, to condone this action. Have you no shame, Microsoft?
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