File:Mum tries out Windows ME (2000) Prank Included

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Warning: If prank does not work download this first then try running the prank:

Download the prank here:

I may have given her an easy operating system to try out this time but a well planned prank literally makes Diana jump out of her chair screaming in fear. Windows ME may have been a little unstable and buggy here and there but nothing compares to the frightening hell-like experience she suffers through towards the end of this video. Of course I was pretending to act surprised when it poped up but Diana was unexpectedly thrown into a nightmare.

The prank demonstrated in this video was a piece of software I developed to scare the living daylights out of the victim using the computer. Download it and prank your friends and family with it. Be sure to plant a hidden camera somewhere so you can upload the videos of your victims as a video response to this video ;)

Tasks Given: - What time is it? - Write, save and open a text document - What is 42x32 - Customize the way your computer looks - Explore the operating system a little - Turn off your computer

The mother in this video only ever uses Windows XP running with the classic win95 theme. Would you like to see her try out other operating systems such as windows longhorn or non-microsoft operating systems through history? Then give your suggestions in the comments section.

Give this video lots of likes, views, favorites and comments if you want my mum to try out other operating systems. I am open to any operating system suggestions you give especially if these videos go semi-viral (over 100,000 views). This channel is dedicated to me "introducing" people (mum, dad, me) to different operating systems they have never used before and leaving them to suffer in confusion struggling to do anything in an unknown computer environment... or see if these other operating systems are better than Microsoft Windows.

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