virtual work Windows 8 is the worst program of all time and I hate it. March 4, 2014 Agreed 2 Comments Share robinade You Might Also Like 3 Quick Tips For Keeping Culture Intact On Remote Teams November 23, 2015 Article: Does expat life really make you healthier, wealthier and happier? October 15, 2015 My ASUS Returned From Hospital A New Notebook – NOT June 30, 2014 Acampanelli March 5, 2014 at 11:38 am Since I do not know how to “reach” to the truly idiotic geeks at Microsoft who are causing Microsoft to put out products as abysmal as Windows 8, I hope to use symbols to communicate with them. The Microsoft Refrigerator New from Microsoft is the Microsoft refrigerator. When it arrives, you’ll notice that the door to the refrigerator has no handle. Nor does it have any signs or notes telling you from which direction the door opens, or how to open it. This feature is brought to you by the genius who conceived of “charms” hidden in Windows 8, to ensure that you will curse at least once while trying to figure out how to shut down your laptop or desktop for the first time. To cause the refrigerator to first get cold, and before you can store anything inside of it, you must first call Microsoft, register the refrigerator with them, and open a video-account with them, so Microsoft can see everything you place inside your refrigerator at any time. This feature is brought to you by the dweeb who thought it was a good idea to require you to register with Microsoft, just to be able to use a computer which has the windows 8 operating system. Once your video-registry for your refrigerator is complete, you can open the door, and once you do, an arm will automatically extend out to you with a ham sandwich, and the door will then close. It doesn’t matter that you wanted to eat something other than a ham sandwich, because Microsoft has decided that since you’ve eaten a ham sandwich in the past, that’s what you will eat now. This feature is brought to you by the imbecile who created the auto-formating features in Microsoft Word which make it virtually impossible for users to simply set-up documents they way they want to, but instead are forced to fight with Word, every time they have the audacity to indent something and thereafter proceed to try to start a new paragraph. I could go on, but I hope perhaps, the next time one of the idiots at Microsoft come up with another one of these truly moronic ideas, they may ask themselves, would I want this feature on my refrigerator? Andrew J. Campanelli 3/4/14 marcmaximov March 5, 2014 at 4:38 pm If you ever decide you want a computer that actually works, you can just get a Mac.