Today is the anniversary of BSOD on a MAC!!! Yes thats true. Most technology news sites are reporting that the mac users who tried to upgrade to Leopard are getting a BSOD. Apple hasn’t got a clue about whats wrong and they are looking into the matter. I guess if the BSOD had an error message, Apple technicians could have fixed it sooner. So now you guys know why windows (and all decent software) display an error number or message. I am wondering what happened there since Apple has been telling customers how great they are. Read more at The Register. This post is going under the category "Foot In Mouth".
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