Last year, Microsoft launched the “Ugly Sweater” campaign on Twitter, where participants will have access to Microsoft’s customized Windows 95 theme “Ugly Sweater.” Microsoft has produced about 100 sweaters to some loyal fans, and because the event is only available for sale, many people are buying them at high prices on eBay and other platforms. This year’s event is coming again, but this time it’s Windows XP, which is already dead, and next year it should be Windows 7 that has stopped supporting it.
Similarly, the Windows XP-themed “Ugly Sweater” is sold only, with Windows LOGO on the front and the rest blue. In addition to sweaters, this year’s lucky users will be able to receive a box similar to the original Windows XP with “Windows XP Pro-ho-ho-fessional” printed on the front and LOGO from the start menu in the upper right corner, which says “Soft-wear Pack 2.”
On the back of the box are windows XP features such as ease of installation, user-friendly, excellent networking performance, a secure and reliable architecture, tailored experiences, and backward compatibility. Inside the box, it’s wrapped in thin paper, which is Windows XP’s classic wallpaper Bliss.