Users of the Microsoft Windows operating systems know that Windows has more than its share of issues. If you are a user of Windows Media Player 11 and have noticed that your tunes don’t stop playing when you close Media Player 11, Microsoft has released a work around that is quite entertaining.
Long time users of Windows know that many errors that occur with Windows typically require you to hit CTRL+ALT+DEL at some point, typically after cursing and seriously considering a change to OS X or Linux.
The irony of a Microsoft workaround that begins with press CTRL+ALT+DEL is too funny to pass up. The complete work around is as follows:
The first step is sure to confuse many Windows noobs as they look all around the keyboard for the CTRL+ALT+DEL buttons. Too bad Microsoft didn’t just man up and put out a workaround that said -- 1. Reboot.
quote: E.g. tagging of flac and ape files.
quote: why can't they write software that closes itself properly?