Images for Microsoft’s new ‘I’m a PC’ ad campaign were made on a Mac

Everyone knows that Mac is the OS of choice for graphic designers and photographers, musicians, scientists, video editors, journalists, writers and web developers – but apart from that, everyone else is forced to use Windows. Not, it would seem, graphic designers at Microsoft, however.

According to a article, images used on Microsoft’s own site contain EXIF data which shows the artwork was saved using the Mac version of Adobe Photoshop.

Sometimes I think Microsoft just WANTS to fail.


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