Has anyone seen this in snow leopard?

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  1. Cheat_Code

    Cheat_Code Member

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    I was looking around and thought i would try to connect to my windows pc down stairs so i tried but look what i saw. The computer monitors have bsod on them.
    Apple just burned windows a little bit.

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    yet snow leopard has had more problems than windows 7 has.
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    no thats not what it means, it means that the symbol snow leopard is giving a windows computer is a screen with the BSOD,
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    Not for me.

    Correct, I find this quite funny.
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    It's been this icon for several versions of OS X now.
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    Oh, Well ive seen that no one has pointed this out, plus i just got this mac like 6-8 months ago. I didnt pay that much detail to it.
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    And Snow Leopard has more exploits than Windows 7.
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    YOUZZZZ TROLLLIN'

    I have not experience a single problem, save for internet sharing issue, which I solved.
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    It's been pointed out several times

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    , but no worries.

    I find it very amusing that Apple slipped this in

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    kevin1st Well-Known Member

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    yea i think i first saw it in 10.3 (my first mac shipped with it.) but it may of been there before.

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