I just can't believe what my eyes just saw. You are telling me that a commercial plane (a real plane, the ones that take off from land at hundred of kilometers per hour carrying hundreds of people in them) had Windows running on one of its central processing nodes? You gotta be kidding me! Who dares doing something like that? Come on, people! We're talking about a life-or-death situation here, not the normal pop up that at its worst will nag me to hell asking me to date someone on the other side of the planet.
This begs the questions: Will there be consequences for the people involved in taking the decision to put Windows on board? Maybe consequences for Microsoft? Will there be prosecution for the guys who developed the malware for (unintended?) murder? Nice things to talk about in the following months, I guess.
Update: From what I've read about it, Windows is not used on the plane but on computers used to get information from the plane. Unfortunately it's still part of the causes that generated the accident which had an outcome of several lives lost. Why was Windows used in the first place?