- Tram Ho
Following the hot Throwback Thursday trend on social networks, Microsoft has suddenly posted a new set of Nostalgia-themed wallpapers for the Teams application, thereby recalling familiar “images” to users. belonging to once made the icon of Microsoft in a new and more modern style.
The Clippy character appeared on Office 97 to version 2003, “dead” since Office 2007
If you’re a longtime Windows user, you probably still remember Clippy – the original virtual assistant character on Office applications. This paperclip used to be very familiar to Office users, but not because of the utilities it brings, but because of its … discomfort.
Microsoft says this is just an “illustration” and the company does not intend to bring Clippy to Office 365, so you do not need to be too worried about its appearance in this set of images. Whether you like Clippy or not, in fact, this is still an iconic character and made a mark in Microsoft’s 90s.
The game Solitaire was first introduced on Windows 3.0 in 1990
Solitaire is a spider card game that was first introduced on Windows 3.0 in 1900, and was also recognized as the most popular game of all time in 2019. This past May, the game just celebrated its birthday. 31st update. In the new wallpaper, Microsoft has used Solitaire itself to describe the “legendary lag” of Windows.
Bliss – “legendary” default wallpaper on Windows XP
One of the other familiar “characters” is Bliss – a picture taken by photographer Charles O’Rear in January 1996, then acquired by Microsoft and used as the default wallpaper of Windows XP. In the new version, this photo is slightly edited in color and light, and has more flowers along the lawn.
The familiar Paint application.
Finally, Paint – one of the familiar applications for Windows users, was first introduced on the first version of Windows in November 1985. Although it has been 3D, however, the new background images are still retained. Paint classic touches like the familiar gray buttons and interface.
Interested readers can download the Nostalgia themed wallpaper set directly from Microsoft’s website, with 4K quality here .
Source : Genk