Apple Fans Flood Microsoft Window Display With “Get A Mac” Tweets

Apple Fans Flood Microsoft Window Display With “Get A Mac” Tweets

Department store Saks Fifth Avenue is running a Christmas display in New York City, sponsored in part by Microsoft, where well-wishers can send messages from Twitter to the store window.

In a rather unsurprising, but still entertaining, turn of events a lot of those people express the holiday spirit with “Bah Microsoft!” which then pops up on the Windows screen.

Microsoft screen sings the praises of Mac.

Microsoft screen sings the praises of Mac.

A few recent ones:

midy No need for a black and blue holiday. Black Friday is coming, why would you want a blue screen of death? Get a Mac.

RGNeighbour Friends don’t let friends buy PC’s. GET A MAC!

If you want to get in on the holiday fun, read the shenanigans or send your tweet try this:  #HolidayWindows .

UPDATE: The GNU/free software folks have also jumped on the bandwagon:

kennydude #holidaywindows Get Ubuntu, it’s free and easy-to-use. It’s also secure, customizable and does more than Windows. By @fernandovalente

rodrigoy Very happy with my Linux: No locks-up, no blue screen, no anti-virus, no malwares, no bullshit…

The interesting thing — with all the obscenities and potentially obnoxious other stuff that could’ve come up that Microsoft should’ve worried about, they’re getting a playful public bashing, which they also might have predicted…

Via MacDaily News

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