After Microsoft’s crash on Sunday, Google+ has seen its share of bad posts.
While the worst of the worst were shared in the wake of the incident, some of the best posts have been shared on the social network as well.
Here are some of those best posts, as well as how they have been reported: I just saw a picture of an iPhone.
I just found this.
This is why I need to get rid of my iPhone.
I want to keep my iPhone as a memory stick.
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And now, the best of the Worst: The worst of ‘the worst’ posts in the past week: 1.
Microsoft’s ‘Worse’ post In April, Microsoft’s Office app crashed in an update, resulting in the loss of millions of users’ documents.
Microsoft has since released a patch that should fix the crash, but the problem persists, and users are still losing data.
Microsoft says the company will provide updates on Tuesday, but this post has been widely shared since it was first published.