Apple Has A Sense Of Humor

Apple Has A Sense Of Humor – Check out this image from Cupertino’s newest OS, Leopard. Looks like it popped up when the user tried to connect to a windows share. Can you spot the funny? We can only imagine the stifled giggles which were brought on by this screen shot. Windows share as seen by Mac OS X Leopard [via Digg] [CrunchGear]
Apple Has A Sense Of Humor

Check out this image from Cupertino’s newest OS, Leopard. Looks like it popped up when the user tried to connect to a windows share. Can you spot the funny?

We can only imagine the stifled giggles which were brought on by this screen shot.

Windows share as seen by Mac OS X Leopard [via Digg]

[CrunchGear]


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