Microsoft to Launch Brand New Campaign Starting Tonight

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Begging tonight, 5/9 at prime TV time, Microsoft's will begin their new campaign for Windows 7. The new ad will feature what Microsoft calls "Real Couples" who use Windows based PC's in their homes. Microsoft launched the "I'm a PC" campaign in response to Apples assault with their very successful "Get A Mac" campaign where Apple focused on the pitfalls for owning a Windows based PC. Be sure to tune and and see what Microsoft gets for a $300 Million dollar ad campaign.

Microsoft is begging their latest Windows ad campaign tonight using their "I'm a PC" slogan

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