Burger King sells Windows 7 Whoppers as Microsoft begins Guru training

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  • Reply 61 of 72
    ... and would you like the antivirus/system maintenance suite of apps with that order sir?
  • Reply 62 of 72
    -ag--ag- Posts: 123member
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    Originally Posted by mn3416 View Post


    Clearly the person in charge of the Windows 7 marketing program is a complete dolt or hates Microsoft and is trying to sabotage the product. Windows "Parties", Whoppers and Cartoons??? Seriously, what the hell is going on at Microsoft?



    Is this "marketing" supposed to influence business owners to dump XP?



    They are just catering to the fat, stupid, uneducated, lower class of americans that voted the likes of Bush into power.



    You know the kind of person that calls Apple products elitist and only for the rich or snobbish, or calls the internet either the interwebs or the googles or the internets. Oh and don't forget the interhighway.
  • Reply 63 of 72
    hillstoneshillstones Posts: 1,490member
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    Originally Posted by Dlux View Post


    So what did they do when Windows 95 was released?



    What about Windows 2000? Was it a 2000 patty burger?
  • Reply 64 of 72
    hillstoneshillstones Posts: 1,490member
    Shouldn't that be called a heart-attack burger with 7 patties?
  • Reply 65 of 72
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    Originally Posted by physics View Post


    ... and would you like the antivirus/system maintenance suite of apps with that order sir?



    haha excellent comment. fantastic.
  • Reply 66 of 72
    ?The seminar also portrayed the PC as a superior platform to the Mac, noting that 32 of the top 100 programs for users are available for the Mac.?



    Which are those other 68 programs?
  • Reply 67 of 72
    jeffdmjeffdm Posts: 12,949member
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    Originally Posted by a Martin View Post


    ”The seminar also portrayed the PC as a superior platform to the Mac, noting that 32 of the top 100 programs for users are available for the Mac.”



    Which are those other 68 programs?



    I would like to know what the 32 programs are, particularly, how many are anti-malware or security programs of some sort.
  • Reply 68 of 72
    bucetabuceta Posts: 141member
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    Originally Posted by Clive At Five View Post


    In other news, I'm actually interested to try Windows 7. Nevermind the fact that Windows 7 is actually Windows 6.1, which, under the hood is essentially Vista.



    -Clive



    Which under the hood is essentially MS-DOS.
  • Reply 69 of 72
    bucetabuceta Posts: 141member
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by a Martin View Post


    ?The seminar also portrayed the PC as a superior platform to the Mac, noting that 32 of the top 100 programs for users are available for the Mac.?



    Which are those other 68 programs?



    If this is true it would be actually quite remarkable that Apple, who commands only 9% of marketshare has 32% of top programs.



    But of course this is just a cheap distortion of statistics.
  • Reply 70 of 72
    jeffdmjeffdm Posts: 12,949member
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    Originally Posted by buceta View Post


    Which under the hood is essentially MS-DOS.



    That's not really true. The NT line of Windows made a pretty distinct demarcation in that respect, it's a lot more like VMS under the hood than DOS.
  • Reply 71 of 72
    nofeernofeer Posts: 2,422member
    windows 7 whopper--tastes like vista
  • Reply 72 of 72
    Will they sell this BK Wooper in the new MS Retail Store?
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