Linked by David Adams on Tue 30th Mar 2010 12:07 UTC
Windows "Windows XP became the most effective Microsoft Bob deployment tool ever developed. And if you go way back into your closet, dig out your copy of Windows XP, and can somehow channel the right spirits to mash your hands on the keyboard in exactly the right way, then out of your encryption program will come a copy of Microsoft Bob."
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RE[2]: Bob
by Bill Shooter of Bul on Tue 30th Mar 2010 20:07 UTC in reply to "RE: Bob"
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never had the full experience. Later they kept part of the navigator just for tech support. You were presented with a picture of a computer and a book shelf above it. The books were the computerized manuals of the computer and the computer was clickable to "diagnose" the computer if you were having problems.

I thought it was pretty funny that you could click on the mouse to "diagnose it". Yup, you clicked on the mouse picture with your mouse. It works. Andy yes, if you click on the monitor, it probably means the monitor is at least partially working.

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