#1 By: howtogeek, May 3rd, 2013 13:39
#2 By: Lowell Heddings, May 3rd, 2013 16:13
I really thought it was the Flight Simulator, but it turns out that was in Excel 97.
Word 97 had a pinball game hidden inside.
#3 By: bucky, May 3rd, 2013 17:24
Ah, thanks for explaining the meaning of the Hall of Tortured Souls (referring to the developers). I remember playing the easter egg and being completely confounded why that was in there.
#4 By: ATL Computer Repair, May 4th, 2013 11:23
Any Eggs in Office 2007? Or 2010? Or 2013?
#5 By: A happy, May 4th, 2013 11:49
They stopped doing them in 2002 after a court order against any undocumented features.
Some of Microsoft's early products included hidden Easter eggs. Microsoft formally stopped including Easter eggs in its programs as part of its Trustworthy Computing Initiative in 2002. The Microsoft Bear is a mascot of the Windows 3.1 (and later Windows 95) team. It was the teddy bear that one of the senior developers on the team used to carry around. He makes several cameo appearances in Windows: During the development of Microsoft Windows 95 the shell developers had several stuffed animals as...