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by tobiassix / February 5, 2010 8:41 PM PST


My friends and I want to do a prank with the rest of our group. So we are planning to let some crazy things happen in the house. Now I am looking for a program, I don't know if it even exist, that when a computer is started it opens a word-document and starts typing random things in there. Any other recommendations or funny effects are welcome as well of course :D.

Kind Regards


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(NT) Just make a slideshow, and put it in the Startup folder.
by ChuckT / February 6, 2010 6:31 AM PST
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Keep in mind...
by John.Wilkinson / February 8, 2010 3:03 AM PST
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Most security software will automatically detect/block/alert such prank/joke software when it attempts to run. Thus, you'll either need to run it in advance to add a security exception (ensure you trust the "joke" application first!) or, alternatively, just use a slideshow/video as Chuck suggested.


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