Windows is undoubtedly the most popular computer OS of all times. Recently, Microsoft teased the release of Windows 1.0.
The announcement for Windows 1.0 was shared by Microsoft’s official Instagram and Twitter account. So here’s everything you need to know about Microsoft’s weird announcement for Windows 1.0.
Microsoft’s Strange Social Media Activity
In the past, we have witnessed many big companies like Google and Dbrand randomly teasing their new projects and services. Well, this time around Microsoft has announced it’s upcoming operating system out of nowhere.
he tweet by Microsoft stated “Introducing the all-new Windows 1.0, with MS-Dos Executive, Clock, and more,”.
The 13-second video shared by Microsoft brings back the ’80s vibe of Windows. This video also showcases different logos that were used for different versions of Windows. The last logo in this video was of Windows 1.0.
It is worth noting that, Windows 1.0 was released back in November 1985. People have come up with many different theories about Microsoft’s strange behavior on different social media platforms.
The most convincing theory about Microsoft’s latest tweets is that it’s linked to the Stranger Things Season 3. The background music used in this 13-second video resembles to that of Stranger Things. Additionally, the third season of Stranger Things is set in mid-1985.
We can consider Microsoft’s social media activity as a collaboration with the show.
Microsoft’s Follow-Up Tweets
Microsoft even shared three more tweets which took the confusion to a new horizon. The second tweet stated that “With Excel, Chart, and even Flight Simulator, there’s no telling where Microsoft and the power of Windows will take you this summer”
On the other hand, the third Tweet was a poll that asked followers about the amount of memory that was required to run Windows 1.0. Lastly, the fourth tweet stated, “Be a part of the computing revolution and get your copy of Windows 1.0 today!”.
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