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PostHeaderIcon Nonconformists Not Wanted

Yep, if you can’t conform to the so-called norm, Microsoft can’t handle you. Say, for example, if you happen to be that most unusual of days, February 29th.

February 29th is an odd day, literally, and many MS products had trouble handling it. Microsoft appears to be aware of the problem and yet hesitant to fix it, according to a recent accountingweb article.

Sources say MS even tried to incorporate the leap year bug into their OOXML file standard.

Plus: The software giant now has almost 4 full years before it’s a problem again.

Minus: The software problem with leap day has existed for over 20 years, so who knows how long it will take to fix?

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