BSOD alive and well

At least some things seem to be the same in Windows 8 [ via The Loop].

As a side note, consider the closed ecosystem of the App Store, which eliminates almost all malware entry routes into iDevices. Perhaps the freedom from the malicious code that is an everyday part of Windows (and the constant, unstable “repairs” and maintenance it entails) is one reason why Apple’s devices are so popular. Customers (either consciously, or more likely, subconsciously) recognise the value in this freedom, and are prepared to pay for it.


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