It's that time again! And in case you missed it, here's episode III: Pop-up Potpourri: Aracde Edition.


William Highfield was installing an application and was confronted with this dialog box that was, apparently, referring to the other English (United States) language.

Some programs are a bit claustrophobic, demanding a that your system has a certain minimum amount of RAM. Others, such as "Heroes of Might & Magic 4" that Michael was trying to run, have the opposite complex of agoraphobia, and prefer just a comfortable amount ...

You Firezilla fans will probably appreciate this pop-up that Wyatt Zochert encountered ...

Mike Coloney was contemplating selling his "256 Meg" USB Key on eBay after seeing how many Terabytes it really can store ...

Eclipse, a Java IDE, need not explain why something fails. As Brian discovered, "because I said so," is all that you should need to know ...

Sam Calder was surprised to see this automated reply from their email-protection program ...

The WatchGuard Firebox which protects your network detected a message which may not be safe. 

Cause : The file type may not be safe. 
Content type : application/x-zip-compressed 
File name    : source.zip 
Virus status : No information. 
Action       : The Firebox deleted source.zip. 

Your network administrator can not restore this attachment.

Please zip the attachment and resend the message with the zipped attachment.

From Steven, you know you're in trouble when even Microsoft Word's Spelling & Grammar wizard can't help you with your English ...

And finally, we have this pop-up that Justin Collins encountered while attempting to uninstall a program. Hope he made the right choice ...


And remember, next time a pop-up or similar makes you say "WTF" -- Alt-PrintScreen it and send it to me.