Get your Vista Incapable Stickers today!

Those pesky little compatible stickers on all of the machines at work and your laptop can finally be removed. Coming to a install Linux Distribution PC near you, Vista Incapable stickers!   I am definitely going to to print these out and paste them all over the PC’s I own and even the ones I don’t 😀

Those pesky little compatible stickers on all of the machines at work and your laptop can finally be removed. Coming to a install Linux Distribution PC near you, Vista Incapable stickers!

 

I am definitely going to to print these out and paste them all over the PC’s I own and even the ones I don’t 😀

See the original site with stickers!


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