Despite the fact that more than 25 years have passed since the launch of Windows 95, enthusiasts and fans of this operating system continue to study it and find secrets left behind by its developers.
User Albacore discovered one of them.
In a tweet, the user explained that the Internet Mail program of Internet Explorer of the operating system has one of these easter eggs, as the marks or curiosities left behind by game and software developers are known.
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In this case, a window appears with a list of the names of the creators of the program, and they appear as if they were the subtitles of a horror movie, since the letters are painted red.
User Albacore explained how the list can be reached. His tweet garnered more than 1,300 likes.
“It’s never too late to find easter eggs,” writes the user on his Twitter account.
It's never too late to find easter eggs. Happened to notice what looks like a never before seen easter egg in Windows 95's / IE4's Internet Mail. You have to open its About window, select one of the files, and type MORTIMER. Names of the program's developers will start scrolling. pic.twitter.com/13ZCdCyBUg— Albacore (@thebookisclosed) March 26, 2021
To access it, you must enter in Windows 95’s / IE4’s Internet Mail, where it is necessary to open the About window, choose a file and type MORTIMER. Then, a window will appear where you will find the list of names of the program’s developers.