10. The number of floppies it will ship on.
9. The percentage of people who will have to upgrade their hardware to run it.
8. The megabytes of hard disk space that will be required to hold it.
7. The number of pages in the 'EASY-INSTALL' manual.
6. The percentage of existing programs that are broken by the new OS.
5. The number of days it takes to install.
4. The number of calls to tech support before you can get it to run.
3. The number of people who will actually PAY for their upgrade.
2. The number of MHz required for the OS to run.
1. The year it was DUE to ship.
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