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This video is really funny!

http://media.ebaumsworld.com/index.p...merwindows.wmv

-Chapman Film School: Class of 2012-
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lol. they should try to advertise for newer windows like this again. classic
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*did not laugh*

I wish OS X was $99...
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*did not laugh*

I wish OS X was $99...
Uhh...

OSX is only 129 and windows xp is 200,

So you tell me! Whats the better price and after you do that tell wich one is the best os :p

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Good point, combined with the fact that OS X doesn't need a redesign to remove the registry :p
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OS X also needs a rewrite, so that it works.

But *please* don't make this thread go to hell, even though it deserves it.
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OS X is based on freeBSD. That needs no re write! Unix is amazing
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