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Desc:Jennifer Aniston and some guy from Friends narrate your Windows 95 instructional video.
Category:Educational, Humor
Tags:Windows, friends, THE NINETIES, Jennifer Aniston
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Comment count is 15
chumbucket - 2012-02-23
Why Microsoft's Cyber Sitcom division never really took off.
BillLumbergh - 2012-02-23
wow that is some awful direction
Born in the RSR - 2012-02-23
Nothing is better than Progman you lying bitch!
Redford - 2012-02-23
"A wacky group of propeller-heads"?

I was rather alive in the 90s and even I don't remember anyone saying that.
CIWB - 2012-02-23
There isn't a single second of this that isn't unbearably corny. Who writes this stuff?
Quad9Damage - 2012-02-23
0:27 "You'll get more than a few laughs as we present the world's first cyber sitcom..." I already had douche chills.

Also WHY IS THERE A SEINFELD NOISE every time there's a joke? Did they forget what sitcom Jennifer Aniston and Matthew Perry were from?
Jet Bin Fever - 2012-02-23
I guess they weren't 'Friends' of the show. *SLAP BASS RIFF*

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2012-02-23
Jennifer Aniston made the Bounty Hunter so this comes as no surprise. It's hard to dip lower than that.
Quad9Damage - 2012-02-23
I like how you can have as many programs open on the taskbar as you want. Yessir, on a 1995 machine that sure is something.
cognitivedissonance - 2012-02-24
Imagine the mountain of coke Perry bought with this.
Void 71 - 2012-02-24
That's some pretty sweet pincussion distortion.
Oscar Wildcat - 2012-02-24
Fuck these tools, real men used NT at the time.
Dread Pirate Roberts - 2012-02-24
Who else saw this at the Found Footage Festival three+ years ago?

I know I did.
glendower - 2012-02-24
Windows 3.1 was better. But I have to say, creating an Excel document to track golf scores...BRILLIANT! Similarly, I decided to buy a computer in order to create a spreadsheet that would track my bowling scores. This allows me to view all of the data in a convenient line graph. Now I can really keep track of my game. And closing the program is extremely convenient. I just click the box with the 'X' in it in the right corner. Before this innovation, I used to unplug my computer after saving the document.
Oktay - 2012-02-24
Let's go over to Bill's terminal and confuse things some more.
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