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  • Why don’t computers work when you’re in a rush?
  • stilltortoise
    Free Member

    Off to Spain this lunch time so trying to cram in all the last minute odds and sods at work. My work laptop – knowing I am limited for time – decides to have a hissy fit and is currently rebooting.

    Why does this happen when you haven’t got the time for it to happen??

    longweight
    Free Member

    I believe its called Sod’s Law, nothing can be done about it as far as I am aware…

    Spongebob
    Free Member

    Your PC is linked to the “let’s give people a bad day” team at Microsoft.

    They are watching your every move!

    GrahamS
    Full Member

    Generally because when folk are in a rush they don’t bother to read the dialogs that pop-up and just press Okay to get rid of them.

    And those dialogs say things like “Updates have been applied. Press Okay to reboot now or Cancel to continue working.”

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