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Is Jmanz glad he upgradded to Wife 1.0??

jmanz

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on a side note, to avoid the dreaded BSOD (Bloody Scream Of Death) on wife 1.0, it is recommended to do the dishes and clean up after yourself in a timely fashion. ;-)
 

tyler785

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I wish they made a freeware version... the shareware kinds are always full of hidden fees and the occasional virus. :smt085
 

Davidc

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Wife 1.0 might spawn Child-processes which may further consume valuable system resources. May have to switch to the version of Linux called "executive pay Linux."
 

ndboarder

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One must always remember to be sure they will be happy with upgrading to wife 1.0. Many forget that while the upgrade may eat at valuable system resources, any attempt at removing this new OS may result in the loss of said resources, unless one gets the EULA modified prior to installation.
 

Davidc

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One must always remember to be sure they will be happy with upgrading to wife 1.0. Many forget that while the upgrade may eat at valuable system resources' date=' any attempt at removing this new OS may result in the loss of said resources, unless one gets the EULA modified prior to installation.[/quote']Open source is the answer?
 

ndboarder

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One must always remember to be sure they will be happy with upgrading to wife 1.0. Many forget that while the upgrade may eat at valuable system resources' date=' any attempt at removing this new OS may result in the loss of said resources, unless one gets the EULA modified prior to installation.[/quote']Open source is the answer?
Hmm... hard to say in this case, open source can mean a lot of people working over the same OS...
 

jmanz

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One must always remember to be sure they will be happy with upgrading to wife 1.0. Many forget that while the upgrade may eat at valuable system resources' date=' any attempt at removing this new OS may result in the loss of said resources, unless one gets the EULA modified prior to installation.[/quote']Open source is the answer?
Hmm... hard to say in this case, open source can mean a lot of people working over the same OS...
lol, terrible
 

nodle

Administrator
One must always remember to be sure they will be happy with upgrading to wife 1.0. Many forget that while the upgrade may eat at valuable system resources' date=' any attempt at removing this new OS may result in the loss of said resources, unless one gets the EULA modified prior to installation.[/quote']Open source is the answer?
Hmm... hard to say in this case, open source can mean a lot of people working over the same OS...
lol, terrible
:smt005
 

Davidc

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One must always remember to be sure they will be happy with upgrading to wife 1.0. Many forget that while the upgrade may eat at valuable system resources' date=' any attempt at removing this new OS may result in the loss of said resources, unless one gets the EULA modified prior to installation.[/quote']Open source is the answer?
Hmm... hard to say in this case, open source can mean a lot of people working over the same OS...
We don't want anyone's OS getting worked over. :smt093
 
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