Speaking of Oops, I always liked Weird Al's parody of Britney Spears' "Oops, I Did It Again."
And moving right along here.... MS is having more oopsies than most in recent times. Apart from a few delusional fanboi comments, and from others who are still adjusting to life in a strait jacket, I've not heard a good word about Microsoft in ages. This trying to force people into using Win 10 is pissing of a lot of people, and not just power users and affectionados who have set up Win 7 or 8 to their liking. Nor is it just the computer literate and people who know a thing or two. No, I had and old bird [lady] comment when she heard an old friend and I discussing the crap coming from Redmond these days. She told us in no uncertain terms that she was sticking with Win 7 and that "Microsoft can go f**k itself."
Hehe, she would have easily been in her 80's, and I didn't expect that kind of language from her, but she sounded so annoyed with MS at the time that it was completely understandable. Fortunately, she has a great, great grandson who knows a bit about PCs, and he told us that he installed GWX Control Panel for her.
I saw something the other day that bothers me, and that is that MS is constantly reinventing and renaming the Win 10 upgrade precursors for Win 7 and Win 8.1. The article showed a rather long list of updates that install the means necessary to download and install Win 10 despite the user's past rejections of the OS. I wish that I had sent myself a link to the article [wasn't at home at the time] so I could link to it here, but there were 30+ Win 10 related updates listed, all of which are designed to persuade non-10 users, with forceful downloads and installations if necessary, to upgrade sooner not later... or not at all.