[access-uk] Murphy's Laws on Computers

Murphy's Laws on Computers

- As soon as you delete a worthless file, you'll need it.

- Installing a new program will always mess up at least one
old one.

- You can't win them all, but you sure can lose them all.

- The likelihood of a hard disk crash is in direct
proportion to the value of the material that hasn't been
backed up.

- There are only two kinds of computer users: Those whose
hard disks have crashed, and those whose hard disks haven't
crashed - yet.

- Anything can be made to work if you fiddle with it. If you
fiddle with something long enough, you'll break it.

From Colin Howard near Southampton in Southern England.
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