Yesterday was the longest day of the year and, as such, millions of computers around the world had to take into account the one extra second that was added to the end of the day. Many Unix-based operating systems have little trouble doing. Windows, however, got around the issue by updating it's internal clock after booting and checking in with the nearest time server. Good thing important systems don't run Microsoft software, right?
Seeing this line in my logs today brought a smile to my face, despite its lack of importance in my software:
Who knows. Perhaps one day Microsoft will stop treating concepts like time and non-English languages as secondary items and actually put the effort into making these things as seamless as they are in every other operating system currently in active development around the globe.