Microsoft crazy trick

Trick 1

Nobody can create a FOLDER anywhere on the computer

which can be named as "CON".
This is something pretty cool…and unbelievable. ..

At Microsoft the whole Team, couldn’t

answer why this happened!
TRY IT NOW ,IT WILL NOT CREATE " CON " FOLDER

Trick 2

For those of you using Windows, do the following:

1.) Open an empty notepad file
2.) Type "Bush hid the facts" (without the quotes)
3.) Save it as whatever you want.
4.) Close it, and re-open it.

is it just a really weird bug? Confused?

Trick 3

This is something pretty cool and neat…and
unbelievable. .. At Microsoft the whole Team,
including Bill Gates, couldn’t answer why this
happened!

It was discovered by a Brazilian. Try it out
yourself…

Open Microsoft Word and type

=rand (200, 99)

And then press ENTER and see what happens

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7 thoughts on “Microsoft crazy trick

  1. The “con” trick is no mystery at all.
    In the Windows operating system, there are a number of reserved words that cannot be used as names. “con” is just one such word. Get over it.

    The 2nd trick doesn’t work in Windows 7. It obviously has something to do with the encoding. Get over it.

    The 3rd trick, well, I don’t have office, so I cant’ test it.

  2. Trick n. 1

    In old MS-DOS systems the CON: device refers to the CONsole. Even now, for example on Windows XP (7 and Vista don’t know), the command prompt manages the CON device for compatibility. Try this:

    1) open a command prompt
    2) type the following: copy con afile.txt
    3) type some words or multiple lines.
    4) press CTRL+Z and then press enter.

    You will find on your hard-disk a file named afile.txt containig what you have just written. What happened is that the characters you type are “piped” through the CON device and stored in a file.

    This is why CON is a reserved name for files.

    The incredible is that, at Microsoft, they do not know this 🙂

  3. The third one is used to test font types. I guarantee The people at Microsoft can tell you how and why it works.

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