1. The year it was supposed to be released.
2. The amount of disks in which it will be packaged. (can you say "Microsoft conquers the floppy market?")
3. The percentage of PCs which will need serious hardware upgrades.
4. The amount of fatal errors given in a regular working day.
5. The amount of patches/updates to get those fatal errors corrected.
6. The percentage of PC users which will change platforms.
7. The software returns percentage.
8. The amount of disk space (in megabytes) required.
8. The amount of disk space (in megabytes) the quick/minimum install requires.
9. The minimum amount of disk space (in megabytes) required for the swap file.
10. The amount of tech support calls Microsoft will get every second.
11. The number of calls to tech support before you can get it to run.
12. The number of minutes you will have to wait online before talking to a tech support rep.
13. Apple's chance of winning the QuickTime lawsuit (in percentage).
14. The number of pages in the EASY/QUICK-INSTALL section of the manual.
15. The percentage of existing windows programs that won't run under it.
16. The number of minutes the quick/minimum install will take.
17. The CPU speed (in MHz) needed to run it.
18. The amount of RAM (in megabytes) it requires to run more than 1 task.
19. The amount of RAM (in megabytes) it requires just to boot.
20. The number of installation attempts before you finally get it to install.
21. The number of times you will have to run SCANDISK to repair lost clusters and cross-linked files during a regular working day.
22. The amount of disks in which each patch/update will be packaged.