"Microsoft. We're so confident that you'll need to reboot, we want a DEDICATED KEY for it."
We Unix people laughed and laughed when one of the most vaunted features of Windows 2000 was that it would go *so long* without rebooting -- like *30 days* -- that they built in a special "reboot at a regular interval" feature.
Which, of course, we would have called "cron". If we thought that it was a good idea in the first place.