Say your goodbyes to the beloved unofficial Windows Insider icon, ninjacat. A new report suggests that the graphic - a cat riding a unicorn holding a Microsoft flag - may not be around for long.
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After announcing the second Windows Developer Awards in December, Microsoft finally revealed to the public who had won the six awards that were up for grabs at its annual BUILD conference.
Last year saw the very first Windows Developer Awards at BUILD, and this year the finalists have been chosen in five categories and are awaiting your vote, you just need a Microsoft ID to take part.
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After disclosing statistics about Windows 10 usage yesterday, Microsoft has revealed some figures about its Insider Program as well, including a few nifty rewards for those enrolled.
As part of the celebration of the 30th anniversary of Super Mario Brothers on the original Nintendo, Microsoft has an easter egg on its website to commemorate the event, starring its Ninja Cat mascot.
A few months ago, employees at Microsoft created a sticker that quickly went viral; the image was of a cat riding on a unicorn waving the Microsoft flag, and now the team is back with more ninja cats.
A few weeks ago, Microsoft employees started showing off a new graphic that is, simply put, a cat riding a unicorn while waving the Microsoft flag - and now the image is going viral.