Quote from: zwakbs3 on September 08, 2021, 01:47:03 AMwhy "unfortunately same" though?Because my life sucks. (inb4 bullshit platitudes and/or flames)
Quote from: zwakbs3 on November 17, 2021, 03:25:44 AMDon't know, maybe we can wait for a pic?that was apparently fake
Quotewhy?The owner of the site moderates multiple busy servers.
Quote from: Sinclair-Speccy on September 25, 2021, 02:15:19 AMNo, as the server currently is not taking new memberswhy?
Quote from: CDur82283 on November 10, 2021, 04:08:35 PMdamm been a month and this chat diedlol quite a lot of people are busy with stuff irl after all, and this forum is abandoned for a long time, so no one even remembered about checking anything on this anymore
Quote from: CDur82283 on November 15, 2021, 04:46:59 PMAccording to Wikipedia, there is an Windows 11-tan, made by Nexous, and it says:Don't know, maybe we can wait for a pic?
"In collarobation with a Swiss-German company WSX GmbH, the Japanese-American Nexous released the official Windows 11 mascot named Akari Madobe on October 1st 2021, four days prior to Windows 11's release on Twitter and Facebook. On their pages, WSX and Nexous offered Akari-related merchandise and wallpapers, such as mousepads, figurines, posters, several types of wallpapers (including Christmas-, Thanksgiving-, New Years-, summer- and sakura-themed ones), stickers, smartphone case, T-shirts and a 20 minute-long Blu-Ray music video titled "Spirits and Blossoms" feautring her for a limited time until December 21st 2021. Saya Takahashi voiced Akari Madobe. Similar to her predecessor Tōko Madobe, Akari has a rather long backstory, where, according to her profile, she works as a white hacker. She has hobbies such as making video games and playing piano and has a rather very ultramodern lifestyle. Akari is also an optimist, where even in the darkest scenarios, she still has hope and has a determination to turn the tides."
is there an image of her?
Quote from: zwakbs3 on October 19, 2021, 05:32:22 AMWho knows? The whole thing was just released last week, so we might have to wait for maybe a few weeks, maybe a few years, or even longer to see if there's a Windows 11-tan.