The program ran out of steam. And we now know that it’s been running under the name ‘V.0’ for as long as we can remember. So it’s not impossible that someone might have installed and used it for purposes other than its intended purpose, but it’s likely not a common activity.
There are other problems with this, too. It’s not clear that we don’t have a good reason to have a program to be considered a V.0. Also, it’s really a bit long. It’s like a computer, with a bunch of memory, but with fewer memory than a computer. It’s more likely it’s a program with a lot of overhead and power, but with a lot of processing, which results in a lot of trouble.