Windows 7 Commercial Features 4 1/2 Year Old Kylie, Unicorns, Rabbits & Kittens

Posted: Sep 16 2009, 10:01am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:18pm CDT, in News | Technology News

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The launch of Windows 7 is scheduled for October 22nd release and Microsoft is busy making it a huge launch. A new TV commercial for Windows 7 features a little 4 1/2 Year old girl that found happy words about Windows 7 on her dad's computer. She is expressing her happiness by quickly creating a slide-show featuring cute rabbits, kittens and unicorns.

The whole commercial is cute, but is it helping to sell Windows 7? Sure, the idea is that Windows 7 is so easy to use that little kids can handle it. But you can also get the idea that you are too old for Windows 7.
Microsoft will no doubt come up with more Windows 7 commercials that target other user demographics besides little kids and their parents.
Watch the Windows 7 commercial below.

This Windows 7 ad got over 500,000 views already on Youtube since September 9th.

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