"Microsoft's No. 1 product is Windows, which now comes automatically installed on every computer in the world and many kitchen appliances. Technically, Windows is an "operating system," which means that it supplies your computer with the basic commands that it needs to suddenly, with no warning whatsoever, stop operating.
I speak from experience here. Many a time I have spent hours writing a serious and thoughtful column on an important issue, only to have Windows -- which is often referred to as "the French labor union of software" -- get into a snit and call a general computer strike that erases all my work moments before deadline, leaving me with no choice but to bang out a highly inaccurate column such as this one."
- Dave Barry
The screenshots in this section are not crashes, but I felt they deserved a special category because of their mind-numbing "lameness".
2002-09-08: Hey, everyone makes mistakes, right? :) Thanks to Jeff for this contribution.
2002-08-19: Excel XP. I think this pretty much speaks for itself. I dont know of any other software that shares this particular limitation.