An operating system known for its revolutionary ability to restart its OS shell and most of its services automatically and almost imperceptibly - without user's awareness and intervention, thus giving an appearence of being much more stable then its predecessors. Has to be installed with network cable plugged out, otherwise gets infected by all sorts of digital microorganisms even before its first run. Tries to connect to obscure destinations about 12 times during install process. Good for consumer-type individuals and large corporations where initial laziness well evolved into symbiosis of corruption and incompetence.
Wow - it's another patch tuesday! Let's go crazy and patch all our Windows XP production servers first!