Microsoft Stranger Things 3z app with Windows 1.11 app in Microsoft Store
For almost a week now, Microsoft has been dropping clues about a retro Windows product on its social media profiles. Now though, we know for sure that Microsoft’s plan was to release an app in the Microsoft Store that pays homage to its first Windows operating system and some threads related to Netflix’s Stranger Things 3. May still be available for public download and use. , The name of the new app is Windows 1.11. You can get here.
Experience the nostalgia of 1985 with a special version of the Windows 10 PC app inspired by Windows 1.0 — but taken upside down from Stranger Things. Explore the mysteries and secrets that haunt Hawkins, unlock unique show content and Easter eggs, and play retro games and puzzles. Everything makes Stranger Things 3, “Microsoft wrote in the app’s description. The new Windows 1.11 app is rated T (for teens) and 775.5 MB.
However, the news of the new Windows 1.11 app came in the form of a tweet Walking Cat, Microsoft is still busy posting clues and teaser videos about it on social media In his latest tweet, the Redmond-based software company showed the old Microsoft logo flickering and fading in a style that was true of Stranger Things. First aired in July 2016, Stranger Things is a Netflix original science fiction web television series that revolves around the disappearance of a young boy. Read our review of the third season here.
Although the product page for the new Windows 1.11 app appears to be live, the app is not yet available for download. We hope the app will be a replica of Windows 1.0, the first universal version of Windows. We hope it contains more information about the new season of Easter Eggs and Stranger Things. Windows 1.0 was released on November 20, 1985. One can install it on an IBM or Compaq PC using a few floppy disk drives with 256 kilobytes of memory.
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