Windows 7 Culture Shocked

Microsoft continues its Windows 7 advertising campaign focused on young adults with “Culture Shocked”, the story of Kevin, a young American studying in Germany. Kevin’s studying abroad where the entertainment is, well, foreign. Luckily, with Windows 7, he can pull videos from his home PC and school his German roomies on American taste. The commercial joins a line up of earlier advertisements, including “Hallway”, “Dream”, “Charline’s No Worries”, “Thibault’s Security” and “Crystal’s Taskbar”.

Windows 7 Culture Shock video


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Jason gets stranded in the hallway when his roommate is “tutoring” lady friends in their dorm room. Luckily, with Windows 7, his laptop can now work like an HD DVR. So Jason can entertain himself while waiting. And waiting. Aaand waiting some more. Click on the image below to play the video in YouTube (HD)

Matt has a recurring dream about avoiding embarrassment in classroom presentations. And beyond. Windows 7 makes the dream come true. But every dream has it’s tighty-whitey lining. Click on the image below to play the video in YouTube (HD)

It’s not just the espresso that’s energized Charline, it’s her smoother-than-ever-running Windows 7. Click on the image below to play the video in YouTube (HD)

Thibault wanted more security. Windows 7 heard him & delivered. Now, his personal info is, well, more personal. Click on the image below to play the video in YouTube (HD)

Crystal asked for a simpler taskbar. Windows 7 delivered that and more. Now Crystal lives like royalty…if royalty took taxis. Click on the image below to play the video in YouTube (HD)

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