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Originally Posted by Avalon
I always thought it was only a spelling mistake...actually it has some significance:
http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=302152

:mac:
I can honestly say that I did already know this.
It does irk me when I see them being used interchangably, but I figure that most people don't know the difference, and it would be kinda petty of me to point it out.

(but I will always point it out when someone uses that horribly incorrect and totally unacceptable word that people like to think is the plural of virus...hehe )

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