If I discover a loose knob on a TV set, I'm taking the TV back to the store for a refund.
It's been a little while since you bought a TV, hasn't it?
Get off my lawn, but you might be thinking of GEM. Desqview X (or something) is another one from that era that comes to mind.
I remember getting a high-powered system (386DX) with DOS 3.31. Windows 3.0 and these other two shells were also included. (Along with WordStar, Quattro Pro, Paradox, etc., all running in DOS.) I wiped it all at one point and installed OS/2 Warp. I'd look the names up, but I've got to get the door. Some of the neighborhood kids are stopping by with a paper bag and what looks like a lighter...
HE is definitely a Eunich!
The H.R. drone obviously misunderstood him when he said 'I'm a UNIX programmer.'
I wouldn't hold my breath for an Windows 7 ARM edition.
There already is a plan for Windows 7 ARM edition
Seconded. One of the best things you can do is establish the idea of a slush fund for both sides of the relationship; marriage is one of the more common reasons for divorce.
Fixed that for you.
Real programs don't eat cache.