According to the MacObserver. Microsoft founder Bill Gates had a few problems in the course of delivering his keynote presentation at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week.
His Windows crashed. Not once, not twice… but three times. The first crash was just a freeze-up kind of thing (you may have seen it before?) as he attempted to attach a peripheral via a Wi-Fi connection. That was certainly not good given the circumstances but it paled in comparison to crash number 2, which was none other than the granddaddy of all crashes – yes… the fabled Blue Screen of Death. The BsoD decided to end a demonstration of some video game they were trying to show off. Last but not least, Windows croaked while trying to connect a Tablet PC to the Internet.
Of course, I suppose this freak string of unfortunate events only drives home what many have been saying for years… Windows is fine as long as you don’t need to connect peripherals, play games or access the Internet.