In this day and age, the presence of everyday technology devices is almost evident, even an integral part of the lives and jobs of many people. In particular, computers / laptops are still tools that cannot be replaced due to the special features of both hardware and software that smartphones can not keep up completely.
So what if this 4.0-year-old “fishing rod” was teased, just by using the simple but mischievous websites later? More or less, you will certainly be able to get rid of quite a bit of stress after witnessing austere austerity in place without knowing how to handle it.
1. Fake Update
True to its name, Fake Update will create a virtual screen with a interface that pretends to be the computer updating the operating system. For office workers and computer users, the sudden update of the device is a pretty damaging thing when urgent work needs to be completed, not to mention the worry of not knowing how long it will take. It can be said that witnessing the update happened suddenly from time to time or it was enough to have a heart attack so close to seeing the blue screen error hang up.
When you access Fake Update, you will be given the choice between a list of several skins available for updating Windows 7, Windows 10, macOS or even Windows 98 since childhood. If you do not feel comfortable, after selecting the update interface, press “Enter” to display an error message. And do not forget to press “F11” on the keyboard to expand the full screen interface before playing pranks on your friends.
2. Geek Prank
If the above Fake Update is not heavy enough, then Geek Prank is an upgraded version, a bit muddy. Not only limited to deceiving computers that are busy updating, Geek Prank even creates a Windows emulator on the website. The “culprit” prank can choose from a list of teasing patterns such as: encountering a hacker, being locked by the FBI, a virus flooded the face … And yet, if the computer click on the app icon, a screen The green screen will appear suddenly and immediately appear.
3. It never hits the corner
Unlike the two options above, Itneverhitsthecorner only simulates the legendary waiting screen with a typical childhood style, with a DVD sign that keeps talking, each touch next to the screen will bounce back accordingly. Anyway, this would be a good choice if the “victim” of the joke was a bit serious when he saw the consequences of his computer.