Windows 7s Hidden "7" logo in start menu ?, did you see it ?


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Hidden "7" logo in the Start button. Check it out. is it real ? i mean, do u really see it :)

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Below image says what i was talking about and thanks @Lt-DavidW for posting the image that was in my mind :)

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How many "7"s do you want me to point out in all of that screenshot?

Just look at your wallpaper and the girl nose, I'm sure you can fit a "7" somewhere there.

Answering your question:

No.

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How many "7"s do you want me to point out in all of that screenshot?

Just look at your wallpaper and the girl nose, I'm sure you can fit a "7" somewhere there.

Answering your question:

No.

Agreed.

Imagine if this was Windows 1 - people would be having a field day finding straight lines in things and assuming they're a number '1'...

I'd like to point out, JudeCper, that's a very unique way to use the taskbar if you happen to use it like that daily ;)

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So.... we're connecting 3 points of light to make a 7?

Since there is actually four points of light, I see a square and Microsoft are full of those.

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Since there is actually four points of light, I see a square and Microsoft are full of those.

I was going to point out the fact the blue flare was omitted, but that would be to obvious... a box instead of a 7 :p

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I hadn't noticed this until somebody pointed it out to me, but now that I do see it, it seems quite clever. I definitely see an emphasis on the green highlight in the shape of a "7", but if this was intentional I'm sure Microsoft's marketing team would be using this somewhere/somehow.

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Agreed.

Imagine if this was Windows 1 - people would be having a field day finding straight lines in things and assuming they're a number '1'...

I'd like to point out, JudeCper, that's a very unique way to use the taskbar if you happen to use it like that daily ;)

hmmmm, yea ,well i was assuming that, u see what u want to see ;) but doesnt the corners and the shape match exactly ?

ha ha yea, just pulled the taskbar only for this

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hmmmm, yea ,well i was assuming that, u see what u want to see ;) but doesnt the corners and the shape match exactly ?

ha ha yea, just pulled the taskbar only for this

No, it doesn't because you can clearly see the blue part of the logo has light as well.

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hmmmm, yea ,well i was assuming that, u see what u want to see ;) but doesnt the corners and the shape match exactly ?

ha ha yea, just pulled the taskbar only for this

:)

It's possible that it fits exactly, but I can't tell for sure. Maybe Microsoft did mean this? Maybe they didn't? No one will know unless Microsoft comment on it. Now people are pointing it out though, if they didn't mean it and it does fit exactly, they may start using it anyway... it's a possibility at least.

No, it doesn't because you can clearly see the blue part of the logo has light as well.

As far as I'm aware, he's on about the top left corner of the flag - the shape, not the light. It seems to fit.

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I hadn't noticed this until somebody pointed it out to me, but now that I do see it, it seems quite clever. I definitely see an emphasis on the green highlight in the shape of a "7", but if this was intentional I'm sure Microsoft's marketing team would be using this somewhere/somehow.

excactly, you will only get a 7 like mark from the green edge or the blue edge. but the green edge is clear. well it can be a color trick in our eyes or else yea, it can be a MS ad trick ;)

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most people that are stoned just come up with conspiracy theories others are just crazy.

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You are about to enter another dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind. A journey into a wondrous land of imagination. Next stop, the Twilight Zone!

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This is a well hidden secret, but Microsoft has always hidden the version number in the windows logo. Just look at this for proof.

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