Microsoft prepares for its big Windows event with 11 minutes of startup sound mixing


Microsoft has decided on the best way to remind people that it is launching”What’s next for Windows” It was a song at an event on June 24th. Specifically, The “slo-fi” mixes with Windows 95, XP, and 7 startup sounds are all played at a 4,000% reduced speedAs Small invention It is helpful to point out that this deceleration makes the length of the track exactly 11 minutes, and you may be able to figure it out for yourself.

It is certainly a bold strategy to make people think about the slowdown related to the upcoming operating system update, but my question is why doesn’t Microsoft rely on Existing start-up sound mixer/artistIn fact, the sound played in the video, reminiscent of the default desktop of each operating system, looks quite calm.

This style is almost its own genre on SoundCloud, and the advantage is that it is easier to listen to than anything.Whether you like it or not, it’s still fun and points the way for people Receive reminder Before the unveiling at 11 a.m. Eastern Time on June 24.If you just want to hear the sound at startup, then try This video instead.

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