How did Windows 10 get its name?

Who is the mascot of Windows?

The name of the Windows 10 mascot was officially introduced as Tōko (or Touko) Madobe on 31 July 2015. As confirmed on the character's official Facebook page, her name is a homonym for one of the readings for the Japanese word for 'ten': too (とお). Her name was chosen by fans through an online poll.

Summary. Nyango Star is a Japanese mascot that is a mix of a cat and an apple and plays heavy metal drums.

The name of the Windows 10 mascot was officially introduced as Tōko (or Touko) Madobe on 31 July 2015.

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Nyango Star (にゃんごすたー) is a giant Japanese mascot cat-fruit hybrid whose ability to slay the drums has become an internet sensation.

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Based upon the design of 10-year-old Emma Lou, the winner of a national design competition, the mascot owes its origin to Birmingham's historic links to a market area known as the Bull Ring.

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Does Microsoft have a mascot?
Inori Aizawa (Japanese: 相沢いのり, Chinese: 藍澤祈), also known as Internet Explorer-tan, is a moe anthropomorphism mascot character, originally of the Internet Explorer (IE) web browser and currently of its successor, Microsoft Edge, created by Microsoft Singapore and designed by Collateral Damage Studios.
What is the stuffed animal in the Commonwealth Games?
The official mascot has been revealed: Perry the Bull was designed by a local youngster, inspired by Brum's Bullring and named after Perry Barr—where the opening ceremony will occur.
Will Japan's Windows 10 mascot get a name?
  • If you saw a recent story on Last Week Night with John Oliver on HBO, you know that Japan loves its mascots. Today, Microsoft's Japanese offices revealed the look of its Windows 10 mascot and will launch a campaign to officially name her in June.
Is there a Windows 11 mascot?
  • While there are mascots of Windows versions from 7 to 10, currently there is no mascot for Windows 11 as of yet. The name of the Windows 10 mascot was officially introduced as Tōko (or Touko) Madobe on 31 July 2015.
Is this Microsoft’s anime-style mascot for Windows 10?
  • First spotted by WindowsCentral, Microsoft has just revealed their design for their anime-style mascot for the Windows 10 operating system in Japan and will be holding a competition to name it/her starting on June 19th.
Who is Microsoft's new mascot?
  • Yes, Microsoft's mascot is a cute 17-year old anime girl who comes from 100 years in the future, works part-time in the gadget-heavy city in Akihabara and, of course, she loves to play online games. Her voice will be handled by anime voice-over actress Ai Nonaka.