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Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) Windows 7 Edition

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Windows 7, the much-hyped upcoming version of Windows operating system is now in Beta. And though it’s kind of promising based on reading some of the positive reviews, one thing is for sure; it will never become the 'awesomest' operating system that everyone will love.

To our readers, I know you all love seeing the infamous Blue Screen of Death. So I present to you some videos of Window 7’s own version of BSOD:

BSOD at start-up:

rest here




re: BSOD

More FUD from the OS's are a Religion nutjobs.

For a BETA (perhaps some people need to look up what that means in the world of software) - Win7 is VERY stable.

//also, "clippy" is long gone - at least learn the basics about a product before you start bashing it.

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