Good thing they made it run faster, otherwise it might not escape the explosion.
Reminds me of when some students deleted the folder from one of the computers at a school. There was complete chaos immediately after the computer rebooted. Would have made no difference what happened afterwards, the computer needed a reinstall.
Well... it kinda makes something resembling sense, as long as you don't look at it too hard.
The fact that System32 has a delete option in the first place makes no sense.
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