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Time square turned Windows 8!


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As you may know already, Time Square in NYC has been transformed into a Windows 8 city! Check out some of their Facebook pics posted below!!

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wow thats alot of ad space theyve bought for windows 8

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wow thats alot of ad space theyve bought for windows 8

I know, must have cost a fortune!!

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wow thats alot of ad space theyve bought for windows 8

I know, must have cost a fortune!!

I thought the same thing. But it is Microsoft, and Windows 8 is a bit more of a gamble than usual so they probably justified it very simply: we have the cash, let's make sure people know about our latest endeavour.

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They did the same thing back when Windows 95 was released.

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They did the same thing back when Windows 95 was released.

Is that when they just turned all the ads blue ?

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Is that when they just turned all the ads blue ?

In the United States, the Empire State Building in New York City was lit to match the colors of the Windows logo.[2] In Canada, a 328 ft (100 m) banner was hung from the top of the CN Tower in Toronto. Copies of The Times were available for free in the United Kingdom where Microsoft paid for 1.5 million issues (twice the daily circulation at the time).

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In the United States, the Empire State Building in New York City was lit to match the colors of the Windows logo.[2] In Canada, a 328 ft (100 m) banner was hung from the top of the CN Tower in Toronto. Copies of The Times were available for free in the United Kingdom where Microsoft paid for 1.5 million issues (twice the daily circulation at the time).

I was joking, Blue = Bluescreen

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That's looks cool and it's a lot of great advertising space.

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I was joking, Blue = Bluescreen

haha that would be hilarious

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BSOD, BSOD, BSODs every where!

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