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Maybe if we're right in the middle of chewing some pizza, suddenly we'll stop. Then we'll all just start randomly yelling things out. Then we'll all go home, change our clothes. After that, we'll return to the party and finish chewing our pizza.
Some will likely throw up the pizza (unsaved open documents)
Some will forget where home is and never be seen again, (crash)
others will come back wearing their small children's clothing, one or two may even be naked (settings/prefs reset/lost forever)
a few may finish chewing their pizza, others will choke unable to swallow nor spit it out, (app crash/rendered incompatible)
it's not over yet, some will go home again and change again, and again, and again
microsoft will suggest sending the lost ones to nursary, and start over from there. (clean re-install)
and the ms fanlemmings will be cheering, saying how great ms is and that their sh*t smells like roses.
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The fact that installing the update increases disk usage by 2GB?
Windows 10 tends to clean up older files that have been updated after 30 days or so on its own, unlike previous versions. Unless you're using a tablet with 8GB or some-such (hello, HP Stream 7), I wouldn't worry too much about it...
There is a joke icon already. I just used it as a sample.
But hey, I should be used to it by now. This is what I get for trying to be helpful and posting useful links, instead of assuming others are just going on childish rants about how Windows is broken without providing any specifics.
Kirkpatrick to Williams. This is great stuff. Phil Bennett covering. Chased by Alistair Scown. Brilliant! Oh, that's brilliant! John Williams, Bryan Williams. Pullin. John Dawes, great dummy. To David, Tom David, the half-way line! Brilliant by Quinnell! This is Gareth Edwards! A dramatic start! What a score! Oh, that fellow Edwards!
It was rather good. Also interesting to see those (acceptable) high tackles, and all the boots going into the ruck. I once heard Brian Moore explain the latter with the comment, "that's just what we used to call a good shoeing".
An impressive try! I used to play rugby at school and at university, but as a skinny nerd was never very good at it. In the end what I took away from the game, was a buggered up knee, that still bothers me from time to time.