Listen the Hidden Theme Song of Windows XP

Every operating system has some of the hidden and secret things. It's true for the Windows XP. When you read the title of this page, you are quite surprised about hearing this. But don't be surprised. I think it's the policy of operating system vendors. Moreover, the vendors of operating system may think these hidden things can give them entertainment. But how they think to keep them hidden to the users? The users like me always hunting the hidden secrets of XP. This page contains one of the best music of XP which is hidden to most of the people around the world. But as you come to this page, you are lucky to find that music and hear that music.

This song is totally hidden and it's totally unknown. This theme song is kept hidden in the system folder. This music is very amazing and nice.

Steps to listen this hidden unknown Windows theme music

To listen this hidden unknown Windows theme music, follow the following steps:

  1. Go to the location C:\WINDOWS\system32\oobe\images.
  2. Find the music file Title.wma. Now, play that file to any music player.

The hidden them song of Windwos XP is really amazing. The music is about 5:25m. I think you must like it and you may use it at the presentation time.

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Shalini Kagal 7 years ago from India

Amazing rancidTaste! I'm listening to it right now :)

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rancidTaste 7 years ago Author

thanks shalini kagal for your comment. it's really a cool music...

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Capt and The Kid 7 years ago

Very interesting. It's good to have smart people around who also know how to help those of us that are not so smart, without saying, "Move over!"

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