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In the very first Windows found a secret almost 40 years after the release There is even a mention of the founder of Valve

Microsoft released Windows 1.0 back in 1985. Since then, many new versions have been released. But, as it turned out, not all Easter eggs of the system were discovered.

So, a user named Lucas Brooks managed to find a secret – a secret message that was left by some of the first developers of Windows. To do this, he opened a bitmap file called Smiley Face.

Interestingly, those who used Windows 1.0 at the time of release could not find this easter egg. Simply because they did not have access to programs that could open files of this type.

In the very first Windows found a secret almost 40 years after the release

Note that among the names that are mentioned in the file, you can find the name of the head of Valve Gabe Newell. This is due to the fact that during the development of the first Windows, he helped the team leading the operating system project.
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