Request for Technical Support, Incident #99-02-14-01
Last year I upgraded Girlfriend 1.0 to Wife 1.0, and I can find no documentation on several features.
For example, Wife 1.0 installs itself into all other programs and launches during system initialization where it monitors all other system activity.
Applications such as RunAnywhere 10.3 and StayOut 2.5 cause freezes.
Also, the new program has spawned a couple of unexpected child processes that have taken up a lot of space and resources.
I was considering going back to Girlfriend 1.0 but there does not seem to be a "revert to previous state" feature.
Can you help me?
Registered User #10-1-13-5-19
Response to User #10-1-13-5-19, Incident #99-02-14-01
We receive many inquiries to this perceived problem. However it is almost always the result of a common error.
Many men upgrade from Girlfriend 1.0 to Wife 1.0 with the idea that Wife 1.0 is merely a Utilities & entertainment program.
This is a serious misconception.
Although Wife 1.0 includes many Utilities and entertainment functions, Wife 1.0 is actually an entire Operating System. It has been designed to run everything.
Warning! Do not try to: un-install, delete, or purge the program from the system once installed. Trying to un-install Wife 1.0 can be disastrous, resulting in the loss of valuable system resources.
You can not go back to Girlfriend 1.0. Wife 1.0 is not designed to do this.
Many have tried "workarounds". These only complicate the situation.
For example, some have tried to install Girlfriend 2.0 or Wife 2.0 and found the problems persist.
Others, in an ill conceived attempt, have tried to run Girlfriend 2.0 in the background while Wife 1.0 is running. This almost always results in serious system conflicts, possibly leading to a non-recoverable system crash.
We recommend you keep Wife 1.0 and adjust a few user input parameters.
I might also suggest you read the entire section regarding General Protection Faults (GPFs). Should a GPF occur, the best course of action will be to push the Apologize Button then Reset Button as soon as lock-up occurs.
The system will run smooth as long as you provide needed maintenance time.
To free up CPU time and improve performance be certain that you have terminated your several search and scan routines.
Because each copy of Wife 1.0 is a uniquely configured system, no single manual will cover all enabled features.
New users should first consult with those who have been running Wife 1.0 for many years before installing a copy yourself. You should consider joining one of our established local users group to discuss your specific configuration.
Remember, the installation of Wife 1.0 can allow maximum system potential, particularly when used with supplementary applications. For example, killer apps Contentment 2.5 and Reliability 6.12a have been known to max out when run with TLC 2 and Communicator 5.0.
There are no plans for upgrades; Wife 1.0 was designed to work for a lifetime.
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