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This is funny. Rob Woolley has come up with a funny visual gag regarding Windows' legendary ability to make OSes that crash - and we bet you that when you see it, you'll wonder why you never thought it.

Of course, there will be the smart arses amongst you that will tell us they known about it for ages man and everyone used that gag in college like in 1995. But we like it.

Come on then, click here.

Update

As a reader has just pointed out to me, Luis actually put this in his Windows Woundup yesterday. And, as such, I am a chump. ®

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