The below article has nothing to do with a Surface Pro. But after my headaches, I wanted to smash <em>any</em> Windows logo with a mallet.”></p>
<p style=Enlarge / The below article has nothing to do with a Surface Pro. But after my headaches, I wanted to smash any Windows logo with a mallet. (credit: Lora Machkovech)

Sometimes at Ars Technica, a staffer has to call in “sick” for reasons other than illness, emergency, or hangover. Those are all poor working states, but I would argue that one is even worse: a computer meltdown.

Everyone on staff has suffered at least one of these (or its awful cousin, the ISP outage) and been left distracted or set back to some extent. But when the crash in question happens to the thing you’re supposed to test? That’s a problem.

And when it happens because you used official Microsoft downloads? Oh, that’s an Ars article.

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