Q: How many Microsoft employees does it take to change a light bulb?
A1: None. They recently declared the new standard "darkness".
A2: Two. One to change the light bulb and a company lawyer to defend MS against claims that the trashcan now holding the old one doesn't belong to Apple.
A3: None. It's a hardware problem.
A4: That's proprietary information and the answer is available from MS only via a subpoena.
A5: It varies. How much can you afford?
A6: What does it matter? By the time the Ver 2 lightbulb is released we'll all be used to the dark and it won't be usable until Ver 3 anyway.
A7: One. Bill Gates holds the light bulb and the universe revolves around him.
A8: We can see no need for uninstallation and have therefore made no provision for light bulbs to be removed.
A9: Four. One to ask, "What is the registration number of the light bulb?" one to ask, "Have you tried rebooting it?" another to ask, "Have you tried re-installing it?" and the last one to say "It must be your hardware because the light bulb in our office works fine."