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Well…that certainly explains why everything always seems to go horribly wrong!
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Additional hidden setting: Use Comic Saaaaaaaaaaaaans!
Sounds about right
I can think of a few people who merit having these settings configured
Where do you find these computer gripes from 1998?
LOL that is hilarious
Hmmm… HTG is doing re-runs now…. just had this one a few days ago…
LOL, I wonder if that is on every software
now, that mADE ME LAUGH!
That looks so true and very familiar. That explains why my 4core, 8gbram, 120gb ssd still lags just browsing the web.
The funniest thing about this is that Windows XP does have support for “British English”. XD
This one dates back from the windows 95 time.
When was the last office version that had the annoying paperclip. I had almost forgot it ever existed.
thanks for the laugh so early in the morning
@Ken: Office 2003 was the last anyone ever saw of Clippy. He is rumored to be in exile, in an “undisclosed location” plotting his revenge by which he will short-circuit the world’s Windows PCs in a mass blue-screen attack.
His possible manifesto reads as follows: “It looks like you’re trying to survive a mass overthrow of civilization by sentient AI beings culled from the depths of Microsoft Agent!!!!1! MISS ME YET?!?!?!?111!?”
Rover the search dog, meanwhile, is reportedly in cahoots with Cerberus, the demon hound of hell (aka Kerberos, the demon hound of Microsoft’s security framework).
The letter E is the most commonly used letter in English, as well as in Czech, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Hungarian, Latin, Norwegian, Spanish, and Swedish.
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