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J. Kevin Robbins
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There was an article on Tech Republic about how many companies are still using XP as it approaches (again) end-of-life. One commenter posted this which I just had to share.

MS Windows 7 (n) - A 64-bit extension of a 32-bit extension of a 16-bit shell of an 8-bit operating system for a 4-bit processor from a 2-bit company that can't stand 1 bit of competition.

Priceless.


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Joe Ess
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What's funny is that someone updated that quote from the Windows 95 days!


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