In Which Windows 7 Bug Reports Happen

I have begun to submit Windows 7 bug reports. I’m sure Microsoft loves me all the more for this gesture.

GENTLEMEN I AM SPEAKING IN ALL CAPS BECAUSE THIS HAS BEEN BROKEN SINCE WINDOWS 95.

It is possible to drag a window beneath the taskbar. It is visible beneath the glistening surface of the taskbar, like a moose encased in ice.

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4 Responses to “In Which Windows 7 Bug Reports Happen”


  1. 1 phanboy_iv January 14, 2009 at 9:53 pm

    Windows IS a moose encased in ice.

  2. 2 James January 14, 2009 at 11:37 pm

    Windows 7 is faster than XP. It manages memory decently, it has a smallish footprint, and it’s as snappy as Ubuntu.

    Surprising as it is, I really like it. Best Windows operating system since 2000. Gnome has some catching up to do.

    I still have choice words about Microsoft’s less professional business practices and patents, but at least they’re distributing halfway decent software again. Did I mention the new Wordpad can use .ODT?

  3. 3 Squall Leonhart April 4, 2009 at 12:07 am

    Theres an issue with older Games, which use DDraw.

    When Explorer.exe is running with DWM enabled, there is broken colour and the Taskbar “may” appear on top of the fullscreen image.

  4. 4 hanum October 24, 2009 at 8:21 pm

    When does Windows really bug free?


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