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Relive The Glorious Windows XP Days With 2023 Rendition Of Windows Ugly Sweaters

by Low Boon ShenNovember 29, 2023
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Relive The Glorious Windows XP Days With 2023 Rendition Of Windows Ugly Sweaters

Relive The Glorious Windows XP Days With 2023 Rendition Of Windows Ugly Sweater

It’s almost Christmas season, and for those living in the colder parts of the planet, a sweater is often the clothing of choice at this time of year. Several years ago, Microsoft released what the company called “Windows Ugly Sweaters”, with designs inspired by many of the Windows classics that veteran users will know too well.

This year, the design of the Ugly Sweater turns its attention to the famous Windows XP wallpaper, titled “Bliss”. You certainly saw one of these at some point in your life (unless you’re maybe less than 10 years old today), with its iconic blue sky and the green hill scenery taken in Sonoma County, California. This is also not the first time Windows XP has been featured in the Ugly Sweaters, which dates back to 2019 for its first appearance.

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This little “tradition” also supports various charity and conservation efforts – and this year Microsoft is supporting The Nature Conservancy, dedicated to “conserving the lands and waters on which all life depends”. If you want this piece of peak Windows XP nostalgia, you can buy one of these at the Xbox Gear Shop for the price of RM331 – though you’ll have to be fast as some sizes have run out of stock at this time.

If you wish to re-live the days of Windows XP in other ways, Microsoft is also providing free wallpapers for your desktop or smartphone on Ugly Sweater’s website – where you can read the story of how the world-renowned wallpaper came to be.

Pokdepinion: A nice continuation from the Clippy of last year, isn’t it?

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