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#106 - matttboy (06/28/2013) [-]
Hard reboot and say the computer was ******* up and you had to restart.

Rick Astley out of nowhere.
User avatar #80 - badgerclan (06/28/2013) [-]
For me it always freezes when I'm trying to minimize/close the window. "Oh, you're trying not to get caught? Let me stop and think about that for a while."
#67 - anonymous (06/28/2013) [-]
pretend like your shutting down your pc by just turning off your screens and walk away casually
#61 - anonymous (06/28/2013) [-]
@ PC: turn off monitor (+ audio device)
@ notebook: pull down screen / close the NB (will also set NB to deactive state, even if system should un-freeze again)

no problem.
User avatar #43 - mazlummango (06/28/2013) [-]
Just turn your monitor/speakers off and go watch TV and act like nothing is wrong.
#33 - headcraab (06/28/2013) [-]
The off switch on my PSU is within arms reach. Hell I would't even have to fully extend my arm to reach it. Ez mode hide button. Though my hardware in the long run might not appreciate it
User avatar #28 - doodogger (06/28/2013) [-]
Here's the ultimate solution...

Press power botton.

Get up and turn away from the computer as you're holding the power button.

Start walking as soon as it's off.

Problem solved.

No one will catch you.

There shouldn't be any suspicion because you're not sitting at an off computer.
#13 - snapper (06/28/2013) [-]
Power button.
#3 - anonymous (06/27/2013) [-]
Battlestar Galactica FTW !
#132 - Jetstorm (06/28/2013) [-]
That's why when I had built my computer, I had made sure I bought parts for a manual kill switch on the back of it. Because I have computer parts and several computers laying around, hitting the switch and saying I'm having "computer problems" or "testing some new hardware" is actually a believable excuse for me.   
   
(I get caught maybe twice a year or so, but still. It's handy to have a plan DD.)
That's why when I had built my computer, I had made sure I bought parts for a manual kill switch on the back of it. Because I have computer parts and several computers laying around, hitting the switch and saying I'm having "computer problems" or "testing some new hardware" is actually a believable excuse for me.

(I get caught maybe twice a year or so, but still. It's handy to have a plan DD.)

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