Mr Ctrl,Alt,Delete retired

  MichelleC 09:12 01 Feb 2004

The man who invented Ctrl+Alt+Delete retired on Friday. David Bradley, 55, spent five minutes writing the computer code that has helped bail out millions of PC users, while working for IBM in the 1980s. "I may have invented it, but Bill Gates made it famous," Bradley said.

He helped me out a few times.

  Stuartli 09:22 01 Feb 2004

The story was on theregister's pages on Thursday:

click here

Let's all trust it's a very long and healthy retirement for David before his own Ctl+Alt+Delete...:-)

  D-P-R 08:09 05 Feb 2004

Hope he has a happy retirement

  Sir Radfordin 08:35 05 Feb 2004

It is worth remembering that Ctlr+Alt+Del actually has a security value to it. It is a combination that can't be replicated using codes hence why was used in NT/2k/XP to give users the logon box.

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