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Vista Blues — Literally

12.27.07 | Permalink | 1 Comment

Curious ChapIn the what-were-they-thinking department, here’s a quiz:

See this next Windows Vista screen.

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The answer is two. Yes, two. In the screen snapshot above, only “RoboHelp Office” and “SuperLab 4.0″ are selected. The first folder, “Merge Utility”, only happens to have the mouse cursor pointing at it.

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Brilliant, huh?

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