Build Date: December 11

The Day of Intense Computation

Modules, products or systems built on December 11 have very serious code and purposeful goals. They are so directed towards their computational goals that sometimes it is difficult to stop them. In addition to intense and thoughtful computation they have commanding presence of UI. This combination makes them powerful software entities. Neglected and not sufficiently supported products and systems experience significant stress and may even break. Fortunately, having built-in resurrection (computational restart) capabilities they come back stronger with even more intense computation. These traits make them the most influential modules and subsystems both computationally and when presenting UI. Their messages are transparent and they display them openly sometimes even not aware of that. Modules, products or systems built on December 11 judge data to be right or wrong very seriously and may err on the wrong side which might have a severe effect on their component surroundings. Parent executables should be very careful not to over-control their children processes and their best strategy should probably be to close handles. Products and systems built on December 11 should be idle from time to time and threads belonging to subsystems and modules should voluntarily relinquish their assigned CPU. December 11 executables tend to gain vast memory sizes during their computational life. In such cases the amount of rich data they consume should be reduced.

DLL, SYS and EXE born on this date:

nvlddmkm.sys     Tue Dec 11 21:03:03 2007
WMP54Gv41x86.sys Mon Dec 11 09:38:10 2006
INDICDLL.dll     Sat Dec 11 01:16:39 1999

Weaknesses: Self-computation coupled with self-unawareness.

Strengths: Purposeful and influential both from UI and computational perspectives.

Advice: Fly with the direction of case resolution and accept whatever its outcome. Be positive about software and its creators. Do healthy laughing exercises.

- Dmitry Vostokov @ SoftwareAstrology.com -

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