I keep hearing reports of "Mac's have BSOD too!"

I had never seen one so I didn't believe it. Well, I finally saw one. I upgraded my Powerbook G4 to Leopard, and after a reboot, there it was, the Mac BSOD.

I have but one thing to say about it; what a load.

Yes, it's a load. On a Windows a BSOD is the worst, it is a horrible phenomenon which should be avoided at all costs. On a Mac it is nothing more than a joke. All you have to do to fix it is delete one file and reboot. Why the hype?

Needless to say I was very disappointed.

P.S. There is a screen similar to a Windows BSOD, but you just reboot to get rid of it (and most of the Mac applications recover all your data).