What you need to know
- Microsoft released a new wallpaper pack featuring dogs.
- The wallpaper pack is free.
- They all feature a dog in sunglasses.
Microsoft released a new pack of wallpapers just before the official start of Summer. Each photo in the collection features a dog wearing sunglasses. The entire collection is free and has 18 images that you can use as your desktop wallpaper. There isn't anything more to it, though what more do you need than dogs in sunglasses?
🚨 There's a new #Windows10 wallpaper collection in the store entirely comprised of dogs wearing sunglasses 🚨
----> https://t.co/0Z64JulfuU pic.twitter.com/UmnZMfixr7🚨 There's a new #Windows10 wallpaper collection in the store entirely comprised of dogs wearing sunglasses 🚨
----> https://t.co/0Z64JulfuU pic.twitter.com/UmnZMfixr7— Jen Gentleman 🌺 (@JenMsft) June 5, 2019June 5, 2019
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