18 responses to “Windows Machines Represented in Leopard With Blue Screen of Death”

  1. sotek says:

    That’s not surprising at all…

  2. JT says:

    Bwahahahahahaha! Never say that the programmers at Apple don’t have a sense of humor.

  3. aventw2 says:


  4. Peter says:

    @JT. Uh…who was saying that exactly?

  5. Andre_jay says:

    OMG. i work in a call center for apple (plenty blue screens actualy on leopard hahahahha) but that aside this is going to be awesome when i tell them about this. HAHAHAHAHAHAHA, i really gotta find a windows machine and show them this :). thanks guys.

  6. Joe says:

    Don’t worry Uncle Steve, we still love you, you adorable ape.


  7. Alexander van Houten says:

    I thought it was a Joke until I saw my friends computer on their home network.

  8. Fred Hamranhansenhansen says:

    This only applies to machines sharing with SMB, right?

    The CRT display is also funny. It looks generically antique.

    When Jobs shows a Windows screen in one of his presentations, it’s always running Solitaire. That would have worked also. They could change to that in 10.5.1 to tone it down a notch and this would still be a classic BSOD appearance.

    The Leopard icons are about the same resolution as a real BSOD, that’s why you can read the BSOD text in the Leopard icon.

  9. Western Infidels says:

    Although I’ve made my livelihood with Windows for many years, I would have pretty much laughed my ass off at this.

    In, say, 1998.

    How traditionally snide and unnecessary. How uncharacteristically out-of-touch.