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This was a line of personal hardware and software programs for Windows, first released in mid-1993. The line had a wide variety of titles, ranging from gaming (Microsoft Entertainment/Arcade Packs), to reference titles (Encarta). Microsoft Home was slowly phased out by 1998, right as the internet was growing in accessibility.


Logo: On a blue background, we see a white-outlined blue square with the familiar Microsoft logo in white text and "Home" in an airbrushed script font beneath it.

Technique: This is a still logo.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: Seen on 3D Movie Maker, the first 3 Magic School Bus games, Microsoft Explorapedia, and possibly other titles Microsoft released on PC during the 1990s.

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