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Retro Soft Wear: Windows 95 Sweater

 |  |  December 18, 2018


Are you a fan of Windows 95? Me too. I’ll never forget all of those crashes and BSODs. Good times. If you are a Windows devotee who looks back fondly on this OS, or if you need to give Bill Gates the perfect gift this Christmas season, check out this Windows 95 sweater.

Sadly, you can’t buy this in stores. It’s one of the ugly Windows 95 sweaters that Microsoft is giving away to lucky fans who have interacted with the company on Twitter and “shared their authentic love for Windows”.

Microsoft posted a tweet on Thursday announcing this Windows 95 “ugly” sweater giveaway and said that “fans” should check their direct-message inbox to see if they’ve been selected to receive a Windows 95 sweater. No luck so far here.

There are only 100 sweaters and many of these have already been given away. If you want one, I guess you better interact with the Windows Twitter page and tell them how cold you are without it. Although I’m not sure how cozy this would be since Windows 95 used to freeze so often. We may never know.

I have to admit, it is an looking awesome sweater though. Good luck getting one.

[via Business Insider via Geekologie]



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