If you viewed Microsoft's Social Media Accounts on Twitter and Instagram this week, you've probably noticed a teaser campaign for Microsoft's original Windows 1.0 operating system, which was first released 1985.
It starts like a joke or maybe a bad attempt of a nostalgic setback for an operating system that never really found much love in the first place:
Running Windows 1.0 in 1985 required at least how much memory?
̵1; Windows (@Windows) July 2, 2019
But it soon becomes clear that Microsoft is building something …
Using Excel, Chart, and even Flight Simulator, it's impossible to tell where Microsoft and the power of Windows will guide you this summer. pic.twitter.com/sEHLuXysXn
– Windows (@Windows) July 2, 2019
Something of the typical vibe of Netflix's popular 80s telekinesis mystery series Stranger Things
Today, the latest test confirms that it actually is a Netflix / Stranger Things connection, which, according to a translation of the Morse Code, is expected to hit you on July 8 at the end of this tweet:
But do you know what's so funny about that? We've just seen the whole new season of Stranger Things (it was released yesterday, here's our review), and nobody uses a Windows PC or even the word "Microsoft" on the show.  If we speak very optimistically, that could mean we get something special that enhances the experience of the show. Or it could easily mean that we are repeatedly disappointed with Windows. Remember, we're talking about the company that hired Rachel and Chandler from Friends to introduce Windows 95 to the world.