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#REDIRECT [[Windows NT]]
|+ style=font-size: larger; | '''Windows NT-tan'''
 
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| colspan=2 style=text-align:center; | [[Image:wNT.jpg|NT-tan]][[Image:INU-tan.gif|Inu-tan]]
 
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! Also Known As:
 
| Inu-T, Windows New Technology
 
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! Original Creator:
 
| Unknown
 
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! First appearance:
 
| Unknown
 
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! OS Personified:
 
| Windows NT Workstation and Server 3.0-4.0
 
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! OS Developer:
 
| Microsoft
 
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! First Released:
 
| 27 July 1993
 
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! Latest Stable Release:
 
| v. 4.0 29 July 1996
 
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There are two mainstream personifications of  '''Windows NT'''. The first such, NT-tan, usually has the purple hair and the pink dress seen here, but her age can range from child to adult. Sometimes she is also portrayed as the mother of 2K-tan. Another version, Windows NT Workstation, also exists and has recently been more common than the original NT-tan, at least on the Futaba image boards. NT has the romaji representation of enu ti—this sounds a lot like inu ti, and inu is the Japanese word for dog. Inu-T has blue hair, dog ears, a dog's tail and a collar. She usually wears gloves and boots shaped like paws, and colored blue to match her ears and tail. Yet another NT-tan, Windows NT SP6, was designed by the dōjinshi group [[Dispute between Futaba Society and Déjà vu|Deja vu]], but it was considered a bootleg design by Futaba society and not an official OS-Tan.
 
 
 
See also:
 
*[[List of OS-tans]]
 
 
 
[[Category:Windows]]
 
[[Category:Controversy]]
 

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