Do you hate Vista? Do the vague transparencies of Aero Glass drive you mad? Does the flashing irritation of User Account Control give you a migraine? Do you want to crush Vista the way Mirko “Cro Cop” Filipovic crushes his UFC opponents?
Thanks to an ingenious new product by Microsoft, you can. That’s right, you can sit back and watch Vista crash like a bad party. Revel in spontaneous reboots. Taunt Vista as it gets ripped apart by an unstoppable destructive force.
The code name for Microsoft’s Vista killer is LifeCam VX-6000. It’s an amazing piece of technology, and it has to be. Whipping Vista is no easy task. When the VX-6000 takes its first shot at Vista, it gets rebuffed by a message stating that the software on the CD is not compatible with Vista. Feeling confident, even cocky, Vista points the way to the newer, Vista compatible software. But like Cro Cop’s feet, the VX-6000 is just waiting for an opening. As soon as Vista allows you to install the allegedly updated software, the fight is lost.
Once the VX-6000 is connected to a USB port, Vista realizes it has made a serious tactical error. Reeling from the blows, Vista first tries to rope-a-dope by freezing up, hoping to fend off the VX-6000’s fury. It’s only a matter of a few clicks to the head, however, before Vista crashes to the mat in a flurry of spontaneous reboots.
At a recent gathering of Vista haters, some of the attendees did series of skits about their experience trying to install a VX-6000 on a Vista machine. It won’t be hard to tell who’s playing the VX-6000 and who’s playing the computer.
So if you want to teach Vista a lesson, Microsoft has a cold and unforgiving teacher. The LifeCam VX-6000- available at military surplus stores everywhere.