It crashes alot, because it's an operating system designed to run 32-bit applications, but still runs on a 16-bit subsystem, namely DOS.
Alot of instabilities, however, aren't the cause of 'Doze itself, and are usually IRQ conflicts and/or lame, fagass applications (read: AOL) being installed by the user.
Bill: You try doing something better with reused code, assclown.
Me: NO SHIT! ITS ONLY FOR WINDOWS VISTA YOU PIECE OF SKIN!
kid kills himself.
Or could it be true that geeks truly are less intelligent than they claim they are after all?
When you're nailing your girlfriend and then you shatter 98 window panes over her head.
Guy 2: You used an outmoded operating system with her?
Guy 1: You never done that before? That's how I know you're gay.