More Windows Errors Take Over the World, Prepare Ground for Alien Invasion

Click to viewReports all over the world confirm the worst: the best Windows error ever was just the beginning of a planetary invasion by alien forces using time-space-twisting software code. There's no other explanation for this gallery of demoniacally absurd errors:

More Windows Errors Take Over the World, Prepare Ground for Alien Invasion

More Windows Errors Take Over the World, Prepare Ground for Alien Invasion

More Windows Errors Take Over the World, Prepare Ground for Alien Invasion

More Windows Errors Take Over the World, Prepare Ground for Alien Invasion

More Windows Errors Take Over the World, Prepare Ground for Alien Invasion

More Windows Errors Take Over the World, Prepare Ground for Alien Invasion

More Windows Errors Take Over the World, Prepare Ground for Alien Invasion

More Windows Errors Take Over the World, Prepare Ground for Alien Invasion

More Windows Errors Take Over the World, Prepare Ground for Alien Invasion

More Windows Errors Take Over the World, Prepare Ground for Alien Invasion

More Windows Errors Take Over the World, Prepare Ground for Alien Invasion

More Windows Errors Take Over the World, Prepare Ground for Alien Invasion

More Windows Errors Take Over the World, Prepare Ground for Alien Invasion

More Windows Errors Take Over the World, Prepare Ground for Alien Invasion

More Windows Errors Take Over the World, Prepare Ground for Alien Invasion

They are even trying to trick us. What the hell does "Error, the operation was completed successfully" means. And when a computer asks you "Are you sure you want to send Recycle Bin to the Recycle Bin?" can't you see it's an evil—EVIL I say—trap to disintegrate this dimension? What are you people thinking, god-dammit?

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Clearly, Windows Media Player is right when it announces a "catastrophic failure." We are all doomed. [Thanks to all the Gizmodo readers who have been sending these images since last week]