Published On: Mon, Aug 24th, 2015

Microsoft Offers Free Download Of “Start Me Up” To Celebrate 20 Years Of Windows 95


Remember Windows 95? we mean, how could we not? Oh, you’re underneath 30? Yeah, afterwards we substantially don’t remember Windows 95. Its launch was a stately day, it stood for a arise of graphical interfaces that we’ve come to famous and love.

Its launch also featured The Rolling Stones. Specifically, their strain “Start Me Up.” You know, like a “Start” button. So schmart.

Today, to applaud a 20 year anniversary of Windows 95, Microsoft is charity a giveaway download of a strain for anyone who cares to download it. If we don’t possess a strain already, now’s your chance.

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I know, best day ever, right? Please don’t get too excited, it’s not healthy for you.

To applaud a 20th anniversary of this release, download a classical strain for giveaway until 11:59 p.m. PST from a Windows Store.

Hurry – this offer is usually good for one day! Also, keep adult with what’s hot, new and trending in a Windows Store on Twitter and Facebook.

Microsoft paid somewhere between 0 and fourteen million dollars for a rights to use a song. And child did they use a ruin out of it. Here’s a blurb they ran:

And we listened them. Better hurry. But not before we watch this Windows 95 introduction interjection to Friends.

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