Download the latest Windows ninja cat riding King Kong wallpaper

Embedded code inside the Windows 10 devices event for October 6th, reveals new ninja cat wallpaper.

Windows ninja riding King Kong October 6, event tease

The code successfully cracked! And now you can download the latest Windows ninja cat wallpaper riding King Kong. Microsoft recently sent out invites to media outlets to participate of the Windows 10 devices event in New York City, but inside the invite the company embedded a small Easter egg behind some binary code.

The code was quickly cracked by users on Reddit and the code reveals a link to a Microsoft page to download the new ninja cat wallpaper.

The new wallpaper features the Windows ninja cat riding King Kong on top the Empire State building in New York City, capturing bacon from planes in the dark sky.

Microsoft Windows 10 devices event invite binary code embedded

If you haven’t been in the loop, the Windows ninja cat was originally discovered early this year inside Microsoft and quickly started getting popularity among Windows fans. Previously the company created a number of wallpapers featuring the ninja cat riding a T-Rex with a pair of claw grabbers. The latest creation is more a teaser for the Windows 10 device press event, which will be held in New York City on October 6th, and the company plans to unveil the new Surface Pro 4, Lumia phones, and the Microsoft Band 2.

Source Microsoft via Reddit, The Verge

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