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    Default iTunes 8 deliberately crashes Windows, it seems

    The recently released iTunes 8 seems to enjoy crashing Windows PC's. According to ZDNet's Ed Bott, the bundled drivers have "a long and colorful history" of causing such problems.

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    Methinks Mac vs PC is being perpetuated here? Kinda like the OK Corral if you ask me.

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    This is like when Apple were secretly installing Safari on Windows machines through iTunes updates.

    Sneaky little fruit they are.

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    look im sorry if i offend anyone here but apple and its subsiduaries are sneaky lie sob's that will do anything (even kill their mothers) for a bloody dime. i flame apple.
    http://img246.imageshack.us/img246/5522/881217549921tl2.png

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    Apple problems again, ugh, just don't bother with them if you own a Windows PC, its not worth the hassle. Its just not worth the hassle any more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smith View Post
    look im sorry if i offend anyone here but apple and its subsiduaries are sneaky lie sob's that will do anything (even kill their mothers) for a bloody dime. i flame apple.
    Shhh, don't tell the Apple fan-boys (they'll have me alive), but I agree. As Fuzion mentioned, them sneaking Safari onto Windows machines was enough to sway me away...
    Last edited by Ciro; 13-09-2008 at 03:53.

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