Originally posted by þÄ®âÐÖx
I believe the Clock.avi file is included with Visual Studio 6 as part of one of the examples on how to play avi files. I'm not sure as to the origin of the text file, but it's probably a temporary file occasionally used by Windows... at any rate, they are hardly "easter eggs"... besides - Microsoft was forbidden from including any undocumented features with Windows XP as a result of one of their many court battles...
There is a cheat for Minesweeper lol its AWSOME!!!
1. Start Minesweeper,
2. Type "xyzzy" without the quotes,
3. Hit Shift and Enter at the same time,
4. Minimize all application windows that hide the desktop. The uppermost pixel in the top left corner of your desktop will turn black when you mouse over a mine, and white when it's safe to click.
This tip also works with Windows 2000 & Windows NT 4.0.