I got a mail from my friend informing me about some bugs in Microsoft’s Windows XP. I decided to check it and found out that most of them were actually bugs.
An Indian found that nobody can create a FOLDER anywhere on
the Computer which can be named as “CON”. This is
something funny and inexplicable? At Microsoft the whole
Team, couldn’t answer why this happened!
TRY IT NOW, IT WILL NOT CREATE A “CON”
It is true that you cannot create a folder called CON but the reason is well documented. The “team” at Microsoft, and a great many others besides, know perfectly well why you cannot name a folder “CON”. Because “CON” and a number of other character strings are in fact reserved names that go back to the days of DOS and cannot be used to name folders or files.
For those of you using Windows, do the following:
1.) Open an empty notepad file
2.) Type “bush hid the facts” (without the
3.) Save it as whatever you want.
4.) Close it, and re-open it.
Noticed the weird bug?
No one can explain!
Type the following
Reopen the file
This has nothing to do with former US Presidents George Bush Senior or George Bush Junior. This happens in Windows XP or Windows NT/2000 versions of Notepad. It seems probable that a certain combination and/or frequency of letters in the character string cause Notepad to misinterpret the encoding of the file when it is re-opened. If the file is originally saved as “Unicode” rather than “ANSI” the text displays correctly. Older versions of Notepad such as those that came with Windows 95, 98 or ME do not include Unicode support so the error does not occur.
There are other strings which slow similar behavior.
Again this is something funny and can’t be explained?
At Microsoft the whole Team, including Bill Gates,
couldn’t answer why this happened!
It was discovered by a Brazilian. Try it out
Open Microsoft Word and type
=rand (200, 99)
And then press ENTER
And see the
In Word 2003 and earlier versions, the rand() function adds several sentences and paragraphs that repeat the words, The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog. These words are often used for testing because, together, they contain all the letters in the English alphabet in one concise and coherent sentence. Such a sentence is known as a pangram.
Did you know that a flight number from one of the planes that hit one of the two WTC towers on 9/11 was Q33N. In Notepad / WordPad or MS Word, type that flight number i.e. Q33N. Increase the font size to 72. Change the font to Wingdings. ….. u will be amazed by the findings!!!…………………..
This is half-baked. There was no flight named Q33N involved in 9/11. Passenger flights involved in 9/11 were
|Airline and Flight Number||Tail Number|
|American Airlines Flight 11||N334AA|
|United Airlines Flight 175||N612UA|
|American Airlines Flight 77||N644AA|
|United Airlines Flight 93||N591UA|
Microsoft has denied that this arrangement of symbols is anything more than an unfortunate coincidence.
If you have clicked on the “Detailed Analysis” hyper-link. You would have realized that all the external links are to http://www.hoax-slayer.com. So all the hard work involved in investigating the issues were done by them.