Sure, you’ve probably seen most, if not all, of these funny Windows error messages at one time or another, but Microsoft Mike and Same have decided to read them all for your listening enjoyment. Videos after the break — language is not work safe.
So you’ve seen the iBook, gas pump, Dell XPS demo station, Beijing Olympics, and billboard versions of the infamous Blue-Screen-of-Death, now it has arrived in belt form, priced at just $16.95. Continue reading for one more picture.
The product consists of an image of the infamous Blue Screen of Death “sealed under a gloss finish to protect it from any abuse and wear and tear.”
There’s been a lot of noise about Windows Vista issues, but rarely do you hear about the insanely long file copying times. Though the wait time could possibly be the result of outdated hardware, it’s still something you don’t see everyday.
Well this is just perfect. At the exact moment Li Ning was rounding the lip of the Bird’s Nest during the amazing torch-lighting climax, someone snapped this photo of our good friend the BSOD.
This PlayStation Windows hack lets users emulate Vista on the console. Unfortunately, “booting the resource-heavy OS takes 25 minutes on the system — Notepad emulated on the PS3 via Linux takes a whopping 12 minutes.” Video after the break.
It’s not really practical, but shows the incredible dedication the hacking community has when tackling the strangest of projects.
At first glance, this may look like Mac OS X, but it’s actually Dell’s Windows Vista dock, which comes installed on the XPS M1330. Click here for first picture in gallery.
Okay, so while I don’t find the default options useful, they were easy enough to swap out, move around, whatever. My desktop is spotless, the dock itself is beautiful. I’m happy�until I start using the computer.
Microsoft has released some weird promos before, but this Windows Vista music video may take the cake. Continue reading to watch.
“Hey, you know what? This Vista music video we’re making for the sales department, complete with a cheesy Bruce Springsteen impersonator and horrible music, damages the dignity of not only everyone involved in its production, but everyone who watches it.”
In the latest “Get a Mac” ad from Apple, PC “doesn’t like the overhead banner ads that feature quotes pertaining to Vista’s total suckage from the likes of CNET and PC Magazine, so he resorts to using his ‘Emergency Banner Refresh’ switch to try for a better one.” Video after the break.
FridayPage has put together an interesting Windows Vista promo video that Microsoft probably wouldn’t approve of. Continue reading to watch.