Windows XP (W32)
- For the Windows platform page see, Windows.
Windows XP is the 5th major release of Microsoft's Windows operating system. The OS went through three major service packs. According to W3C, it was the most popular OS used on the Internet from 2003 to 2011. Its support ended on April 8, 2014.
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The Windows Welcome music (also known as the title music) plays on the final stage of installing - in the Out-of-box experience program. Many sources credit Brian Eno as the composer of this tune, however this information is false. It was in fact composed by Stan LePard, and it was previously used in Internet Starter Kit 3. Sadly, he passed away.
The two MIDIs that appeared from 3.1 to 2000 first appeared in ME, but are often attributed to XP.
The song Flourish is interesting as it is played in a 5/4 time signature.
|01||Windows Welcome music||Stan LePard||5:24||Download|
|03||One Stop||David Yackley||4:07||Download|
- Ripper: TheAlmightyGuru (MIDI), binarymaster (WMA)
- Recorder: TheAlmightyGuru (MIDI), binarymaster (WMA)
- Game Credits:
- Not Credited Composer: Stan LePard
- Music: Nathan Grigg
- Music: David Yackley
(Source: MIDI meta tags.)
The WMA file is located at C:\Windows\system32\oobe\images folder. The type-1 MIDI files are located in the C:\Windows\Media folder. This rip also includes the various WAV sound effect files from the various default Windows XP programs. The MIDI songs were recorded with Winamp's MIDI plugin v3.53 using the DirectMusic Microsoft Synthesizer.
- en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_XP - Wikipedia
- Windows 32 Games
- Games Released In 2001
- Games Developed By Microsoft
- Windows XP (W32)
- Missing Screenshots
- Games With Album Art
- Needed Song Descriptions
- Games By Stan LePard
- Games By Nathan Grigg
- Games By David Yackley
- Games That Use MIDI
- Games That Use WAV
- Games That Use WMA
- Games Released In World
- Games Published By Microsoft
- Non-Game Soundtracks