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Blue Screen of Death still the most common form of Windows’ update

One computer engineer explained: ‘For its sheer capacity to dump memory in a violence-provoking yet seemingly arbitrary manner, the Blue Screen of Death is unmatched. I’ve seen grown men weep. I’ve seen them question the existence of God. I’ve even seen one lady repeatedly bash Control-Alt-Delete with her forehead.

‘Its next generation in terms of extending our range of expletives. But, fairs fair, it’s no worse than Windows’ Altavista’.

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