From Misc Data Digs
Since TCRF doesn't allow non-video game content and The Easter Egg Archive is unreliable for traffic and hasn't been updated for years, this wiki was made to document all of various hidden and unused things inside of programs, printers, oscilloscopes, ROMs, PCBs, etc.
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Windows XP became the most popular version of Windows. It was built on top of Windows NT technology and forever moved Windows away from the DOS-based kernels of the 9x era. With this, there is a lot of interesting history behind how it got there.
Did You Know...
- ...that the developers behind Apple's Macintosh ROMs hid photos of themselves in the 80's and in the 90's?
- ...that Chris Peters helped with the new DOS?
- ...that the Utopia sound theme was first introduced in Beta 3 of Windows 95 and managed to survive up to Windows XP?
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- January 4, 2023: The main page got a complete overhaul.
- August 18, 2021: A page detailing prototypes for Windows XP has been created.
- July 11, 2021: We are now detailing prototypes for Windows 95.
- March 28, 2018: Happy belated anniversary!
- December 23, 2017: Official Discord server created
- August 16, 2017: Official Reddit page created
- August 1, 2017: Categories are being added
- March 10, 2017: This wiki started