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What Do You Do When Windows Hates Itself? [Humorous Image]

Going to be a great day with everything working so ‘smoothly’, right?

suicidal windows [via Reddit – Tech Support Gore]

Akemi Iwaya is a devoted Mozilla Firefox user who enjoys working with multiple browsers and occasionally dabbling with Linux. She also loves reading fantasy and sci-fi stories as well as playing "old school" role-playing games. You can visit her on Twitter and .

  • Published 11/29/12

Comments (15)

  1. Minimallounge

    How to Hack the RL?

  2. indianacarnie

    LOL! Haven’t had that particular problem yet…. don’t know what I would do because I’d be too busy laughing!

  3. Asian Angel

    @indianacarnie – I definitely know that my first reaction to this would be a major facepalm ha ha! ^_^

  4. NSDCars5

    My reaction: “Mum! Where’d you keep the Windows disc again?”

  5. toucan

    nah thats not real. clearly a doctored image

  6. Michael

    it is real. I have actually had that very message. Only once, however.

  7. Joe

    only natural for Microsoft to imbed all these little bundles of joy to keep us calling their pay for support line!

  8. Peter

    Ever seen a message box like this: “Windows has (or will) shut down the program”? Notice it has a single button marked “OK”. Why isn’t there a button marked “No, it ***** isn’t OK! Stop mucking about and get on with it!”

  9. Sudo Bash

    +1 I feel like this all the time with Windows. It thinks it is so smart.

  10. shinigamibob

    What Do You Do When Windows Hates Itself?

    Just upgrade for the love of God, just upgrade. Possibly to something thats not XP?

  11. Ray Cooke

    I’ve had the same message…

  12. enki

    that thing is real… i encountered that problems on my desktop….. when my OS crashes..

  13. enki

    that’s real. ive encountered that message several times now…..

  14. lizbit

    That message is real I’ve had it a few times

  15. Dic

    Dear old Microsoft. I’ve had its Win 7 ask my permission to open Microsoft Office: (“Are you sure . . .”) warning that certain programmes might be damaging to my health, so to speak.

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