Three engineers were riding in a car: a mechanical engineer, a chemical engineer, and a Microsoft software engineer. The car stalled, and they rolled it to the side of the road.
The mechanical engineer popped the hood, looked in and said "Look. The drive belt is loose. All we have to do is tighten it up and the car will work just fine."
The chemical engineer replied "No, that's all wrong. The problem is fuel contamination. We have to drain the fuel, filter it, and then everything will be A-OK."
The Microsoft software engineer told the other two "No, I've seen this problem before. We have to get back in the car, close all the windows, shut down the car, get out, get back in, start up the car, open all the windows, and then it will run."
(This joke was sent to me by one of my clients. It is about the fact that when a Windows program goes haywire, it may make the system unusable. The only fix, in this case, is to shut down Windows and restart the computer. Windows 95 is better at preventing buggy programs from crashing the system than previous versions, but it is not perfect.)
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