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The story behind the wallpaper we'll never forget

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Published on Apr 8, 2014

From today on Microsoft will no longer support Windows XP. The one thing everybody will always remember of Windows XP is desktop image 'Bliss', with it's green rolling hills and bluer than blue sky. Doesn't the most viewed picture of all times asks for a worthy goodbye? We certainly think so! That's why we hopped on a plane to Los Angeles and went to visit the photographer Charles O'Rear.

He told us the incredible story behind the famous desktop image of Windows XP.

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Social Media Agency: Dorst & Lesser, http://www.dorstenlesser.nl
Account: Marlies Boer, Anouk Reitsma
Creatives: Robert Withagen, Niels Verhoeven
Directors & producers: Marcel Buunk, Bart Leferink

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