Can your Mac do this?

Dec 22, 2010 - 13 Comments

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Remember when Windows would crash so amazingly well that you could paint with the error report windows? File this under “Things your Mac can’t do” – not that you’re particularly disappointed by that. This almost makes you miss those Windows crashes… well, nah, not really.

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Posted by: Paul Horowitz in Fun

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  1. ahuahuahuahuahuhauhuahuahuahuahuahua :D:D:D

  2. Dave M. says:

    Actually, my Mac has had some pretty spectacular crashes recently as well.

    One turned out to be a bad video card, so not quite what you were talking about.

    Mostly these days, it’s just locking up with no way of recovering other than a reboot.

  3. Miles says:

    I think they reused the code from completing a game of Solitare for this effect…

  4. hoovinator says:

    Actually, live scrolling in Illustrator CS5 does that all the time. Annoying as hell.

  5. warmz says:

    Does anyone actually use Windows anymore? .. *JK*

  6. Zeke says:

    I seem to recall that OS X wasn’t particularly stable when it was first released, but nonetheless as a longtime PC user I still laughed.

    Windows 7 doesn’t do this. In fact the only times it has bluescreened have been my fault… overclocking or undervolting the processor, for example.

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  9. Ubuntu Man says:

    Ubuntu can do it, just requires a kernel patch…

    http://uppix.net/3/0/3/e99723efd80329ade9d00dc046717.png

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