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New In Windows 8: The Frowny Face of Sad

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My first impression of Windows 8: A BSOD in Segoe font with a new addition I call the Frowny Face of Sad. You could call it FFS, which also is an acronym I used to shout frequently at Vista. (I leave it as an exercise to the reader to determine this additional meaning.) To be fair, it appears to be related to an ACPI 2.0 requirement that VMware Fusion, my virtualization software of choice, currently doesn’t seem to support. Oracle’s VirtualBox works, though, so I will give that a try at a more sane hour.

By Jared Smith

Jared Smith is a web developer and weather enthusiast living in Charleston, SC.

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