It seems like Barack Obama has added 11MB to installs of Windows Vista across the world and is responsible for Microsoft pumping a 56MB download across the world.
The Register reports.
That’s an awful lot of megs, to be sure – just how many words are we talking about here? Microsoft explains:
The words “Friendster,” “Klum,” “Nazr,” “Obama,” and “Racicot” are not recognized when you check the spelling in Windows Vista and in Windows Server 2008.
Oh, and it’s an important update. It means that you won’t get Osama suggested for when you type Obama into Microsoft Word Mozilla Firefox still suggests Osama as a correction for Obama.
Does your name trigger a red wavy underline or an interesting spelling suggestion in Microsoft Word?
Via Uneasy Silence.