Windows TNT

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Windows TNT or known as Windows Dynamite, the Windows Bomb, or the Windows Exterminate is the operating system made by some high trailed monkeys by Microsoft in 2005. The Windows TNT codename was "Bomby". Windows TNT was tested on Microsoft Laboratories on 15 August 2005. It exploded 0005 micro-seconds. Windows TNT was the major success operating system to sell in the public market. It was often bundled with Internet Exploder, hence the text "with Internet Exploder 4.0" on the boot screen.

(Part of the Microsoft Windows family)
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Windows TNT
Name of the OS Windows TNT
Support Still supported until June, 12, 2033.
Kernel Type TeeNT (known as Teh Erratic New Technology)
Latest build Final build
Author Microsoft
Codename Bomby
Available language English
Editions National Nuclear Plant Edition, Super-Bomb Edition, Server Edition, Dynamite Edition, Atom Edition

Features[edit | edit source]

  • Explosion Tester lets you test your dynamite before doing a real test. A Explosion Tester feature is made to check if the dynamite works and had no errors. The results will differ depending on the stability for the dynamites.
  • Detonator 2005 lets you explode your dynamite for over 5000 miles. Users will connect the dynamite into the computer and run Detonator 2005 to run a self-test dynamite explosion for 5000 miles.
  • Jargon Dynamite Remover lets you safely remove dynamite on your computer. As if plugging out the dynamite without using this feature wasn't safe, this is the feature that allow you to remove the dynamite on your computer safely.
  • Microsoft Black Powder 2006 (D) Windows TNT includes the MS Black Powder (D). D means delta, when it is currently delta and it hasn't finished yet. Black Powder allows you to activate a smoke bomb wirelessly from computer to computer via a network. A computer needs to be connected to the same network and ISP address, then Black Powder can activate the bomb smell to the following computer.
  • TNT Resources lets you view dynamite resources. This is how your dynamite resources collected through TNT Resources application.
  • BSOD Customizer lets you customize the BSOD color. For example you might want to change the blue color to pink, pink to green, green to blue. The BSOD Customizer includes the 67 colors to change from. There is also an extra option which is unlocked through the "Show extra tools" button. The button is disabled by default and cannot be unlocked unless you find the password. The password can be revealed by changing the numbers 5 to 1 in The Value of Pi. Unlocking will enable the button
  • Internet Exploder 4.0 lets you explode random website servers (preferably popular websites like at the click of a toolbar button. Visiting the top-ranked websites and clicking the Explode button works best.

Extra options are:

  • Disable Restart
  • Change the BSOD Colors every ** Secs (** is replaced by users input)

Betas[edit | edit source]

Some people said that Windows TNT is released on 2004, not 2005. But peoples were wrong when talking about it. By hacking through the Microsoft Press networks, we know that the year 2004 was the day for the Windows TNT beta development release phase 1. The Phase 2 was released in December 2004, near to the Windows TNT release date.

Kernel[edit | edit source]

Windows TNT was based on Windows TeeNT technology (Teh Erratic New Technology) or readed TNT, means that it is optimized for TNT. Peoples were complained that the people didn't know about the standing for the word TeeNT

Editions[edit | edit source]

Windows TNT comes packed in this 5 editions:

  • Windows TNT National Nuclear Plant Edition
  • Windows TNT Super-Bomb Edition
  • Windows TNT Server Edition
  • Windows TNT Dynamite Edition
  • Windows TNT Atom Edition

Obtaining a copy for Windows TNT[edit | edit source]

Windows TNT is not yet available in some stores, but Microsoft has shipped it first time on their online store. The price in the online store will be set $500,00 when it so expensive. For special Microsoft employees, they will be given a copy for Windows TNT for free!

Installing Windows TNT[edit | edit source]

Insert the Windows TNT installation disc first, then enter winTNT during the system boot. After entering winTNT, you will be greeted by the setup. Follow the steps on the setup. After you're done, you got a failure, so restart the computer, enter winTNT during the system boot again, and follow again the steps on the setup. After you are done, the computer will restart and the setup continues. During installation, users will be greeted with some of the product offers including Electro Power Bomb 5000, Bombardier 2005, Microsoft Ultimate Dynamite Professional 2005 and Windows TNT Set&Trigger Dynamite 2005. A whole 5 minutes, a message appears when it asks you to enter the 25-characters product key. Failure to enter the product key will result in error. After entering the product key, the OS will continue to install. After a whole minutes again, users will get the message "Installation completed" and the computer will restart. Once the computer is restarted, user will get the dreaded Blue Screen of Death with the option to press any key. If any key is pressed, user will be taken to the login screen.

System requirements[edit | edit source]

  • Operating system needed: Windows 2000, XP, 98
  • Processor: Intel-Ligent Inside Pentagram 4
  • Graphic display: InfectiveX 33.6
  • Minimum disk space needed: 12 GB
  • Dynamite required: Yes

Errors needed to install Windows TNT[edit | edit source]

Windows TNT will hog up 44 errors during installation including:

  • Error: Abnormal setup error
  • Warning: Just an error
  • Attention: Thank you for installing Windows TNT, please enjoy this error
  • Information: I know that you have been there.
  • Big Error: Windows TNT doesnt know why this always happened.
  • Error: To install Windows TNT you must install Windows TNT first before you can install it.

Origin of Windows TNT codename[edit | edit source]

Windows TNT's codename was Bomby, but there are references to that name. Bomby was named after the Microsoft employee called William Bomby. So the codename Bomby has gotten from the Microsoft Employees named William Bomby.