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The 20 shabbiest Microsoft jokes

The Microsoft joke shaped the IT industry - after all, there was hardly anything funnier than the sad fate of all Windows users. But now the fun has crashed. How did that happen?

Everything used to be better: you could laugh at Bill Gates, at Microsoft and at Windows . And about the software company from Seattle, whose operating systems were installed on every PC in the world. And about Windows users. Because they used operating systems that never worked. techwadia

Microsoft jokes were once the IT counterpart to blonde jokes - the victims could not really defend themselves, because the humorous allegations often hit the point. Windows had been developed unhappily in places, it had to obey both idiots and geniuses, and then that was itboss the company is also the richest man in the world!


But those days are long away and with them the bad Microsoft jokes have died out. And there were more than enough of them. Years later, it's hard to understand how strong the grip Microsoft once put under pressure on the industry. The 20 shabbiest Microsoft jokes are therefore also a document of contemporary history. So it's time to dig up the old puns again:

20 shabby Microsoft jokes

Vobis boss Theo Lieven, Marc Andreessen from Netscape and Bill Gates crashed in the plane.

God receives the three: "What have you achieved?"

Lieven pushes forward: "I was the first to sell cheap PCs. Everyone can now afford a PC." "Good," says God, "Peter will assign them a place."

Marc Andreessen lifts his finger: "Netscape has made sure that you can find your way around the Internet." God says, “Peter will assign you a place.”

He turns to Bill Gates: “Well, my son, what have you done on earth?” Bill Gates: “Firstly, I am not your son, and secondly - get off mine Place!"

Microsoft jokes were once the IT counterpart to blonde jokes - the victims could not really defend themselves, because the humorous allegations often hit the point. Windows had been developed unhappily in places, it had to obey both idiots and geniuses, and then that was itboss the company is also the richest man in the world!

But those days are long away and with them the bad Microsoft jokes have died out. And there were more than enough of them. Years later, it's hard to understand how strong the grip Microsoft once put under pressure on the industry.