User:WindowsGuy2021

About Me[edit | edit source]

I have been contributing to BetaWiki since 19 May 2021 under the anonymous IP address of 66.186.111.2 until 16 November 2021.

From 13 October 2021 to 20 October 2021, I also contributed under the anonymous IP address of 2600:6C42:6600:499:50E0:A10F:A1DF:C32C.

I created my BetaWiki account under the name WindowsGuy2021 on 21 October 2021 and started to contribute to the wiki under this name on 16 November 2021.

This user page was created on 22 November 2021, which was a week after I started to contribute to the wiki under this account and a month after the account's creation date.

My primary Operating System is Microsoft Windows. I have used other OS's like macOS, iOS, Chrome OS and Android.

I have a Lenovo Laptop from 2015 that currently runs Windows 10 version 22H2. I have had this Laptop since Summer 2018.

About this Page[edit | edit source]

The User Page contains these areas:

Random Facts of the Month: Contains 6 interesting facts related to the world's most used operating system and other operating systems as well. This section is updated every single month with new fresh facts so make sure to check here every month for new interesting facts!

Favorites: The Favorites section details favorites that pertain to the subject of BetaWiki.

Discussion: This is a way for you to communicate with me if you have any questions about me or anything else. I may also post certain subjects here on various occasions.

Random Facts of the Month![edit | edit source]

Did you know...

  • That LogonUI was first introduced in Windows Neptune build 5111 as a replacement for the classic logon prompt? The classic logon prompt would be completely removed in Windows Vista build 5098 as LogonUI became mandatory.
  • That the background music that plays during the OOBE of Windows XP is called title.wma?
  • That the Xbox One OS contains a heavily-modified version of the Hyper-V hypervisor which includes two partitions that feature custom virtual machines that are reserved to run under different environments and applications?
  • That Windows 8 build 8102 includes sample Metro apps which were not included in later builds of Windows 8?
  • That the first build to include HomeGroup was Windows 7 build 6519?
  • That Windows Home Server build 1424 contains a typo on the version name on the watermark where it is mistakenly identified as "Windows Windows Home Server" (with two instances of "Windows" instead of one) instead of Windows Home Server?

Favorites[edit | edit source]

My favorite Operating Systems: Windows 7, Windows 10, and Windows XP. (7 and XP were the ones I used a lot when I was young and are still great to this very day.)

My least favorite Operating Systems: Windows 8/8.1 and Windows Vista. (Windows 8 was the worst OS because It was very poorly optimized for computers without touchscreens while Windows Vista was kind of bad because even though the visuals of the OS were really cool, it is very slow on low to mid-end computers because of its high memory requirements.)

My favorite web browser: Microsoft Edge (Better than Internet Explorer.)

My favorite Windows Wallpapers: The Windows 7 Harmony desktop wallpaper, The Windows Vista Aurora desktop wallpaper, The 2015 version of the Windows 10 Hero Wallpaper and The Windows XP Bliss desktop wallpaper. (These wallpapers are the best ever!)

My least favorite Windows Wallpapers: The Windows 11 desktop wallpaper, the desktop wallpapers from Windows 8/8.1 and the 2019 version of the Windows 10 Hero Wallpaper. (These wallpapers were not the best compared to previous Windows desktop wallpapers.)

My favorite Windows logos: Both the 2006 and the 2001 Windows logos. (I wish that Microsoft still used the Windows flag from XP, Vista and 7.)

My least favorite Windows logos: Both the 2021 and 2012 Windows logos. (I really don't like these logos because they are very simplistic and don't visually represent the advanced graphic capabilities of Microsoft Windows.)

My favorite Windows visual styles: Windows Aero and Luna. (These were the best looking visual themes from Microsoft!)

My least favorite Windows visual styles: The flat Aero theme in Windows 8 and later. (I wish that they kept the Aero theme from Windows Vista and Windows 7.)

My favorite Tech YouTube Channels: Michael MJD, Nobel Tech and Windows on Windows.