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Dec 18, 2007 | 4:43 AM EST

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Author Comments

Windows XP design team shows off its product, which we all have now grown to hate. This flash is rather old, originally being created in February of 2006.

Yes, the audio quality is shit. I'm aware of that. My microphone was broken at the time, and I don't care enough to re-record the narration.



Rated 2 / 5 stars

This flash was cool and funny, but your voice is unclear and you ruined it with dollar signs and numbers in place of letters in names of programs. I can think of few reasons why:
- Your keyboard is missing letters - time to get a new keyboard or
- You can't use keyboard properly, because you lack intelligence and/or
- You use dollar signs in place of Letter S to point out that Microsoft is a bussiness, so they are about money - no shit sherlock. In this case you have invalidated your point whatever it was in intelligent unbiased discussion, so I have dismissed your opinion of which operating system is superior.

Still you get two stars for interesting idea, that was executed poorly.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

problem? no! i was you a windows of mac!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

oh yeah

I liked it. But the voices were a bit blurry/hard to hear. Good by far!
Way better than some other games which I won't say XD


Rated 5 / 5 stars

eXtra Problems indeed

I used XP professional on my gaming rig for most of it's CURRENT life. Killed the rig twice, SCREWED UP my hard drive, because of some issue with that, and it killed a vidcard!

Had problems running XP ever since I got it...

Recently upgraded to Win7, problem free ever since.

>:) Stick that in your pipe and smoke it, XP and Vista.

Win7 is like the baby of XP and Vista, says I. It's GREAT, trust me.

Though, one caveat, it has NO OLD AS HECK DEVICE SUPPORT!!!


Have fun.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

makes me smile

LOL another xp parody and I love them all, I hate windows (but still using it)

RealityRipple responds:

Ya, I'd use Linux, but I can't really write mainstream applications for Windows users in a Linux environment.