Microsoft’s ‘Child Of The 90s’ Internet Explorer Ad Is A Nostalgic Trip Back In Time [Video]

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In a brilliant effort to show their love to the age group that helped Microsoft blossom to success, the company’s latest commercial features a montage of 90′s fads that will touch the heart of any child from this era.

Just when you thought they didn’t have anything on Apple, Bill Gates’ brainchild proves that its relationship with Generation Y is too strong to be abandoned by anyone who grew up with Pogs, Lisa Frank, and the unforgettable Tamagochi.

Sean Levinson | Elite.

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