Microsoft’s latest Windows 10 update is starting to get a little creepy.
The latest build, released on Wednesday, introduces an annoying Christmas decoration for Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 desktop users.
The Christmas decoration is the same one featured in Windows 10 Anniversary Update 2.2, which is available to install in the coming days.
It’s also used in the background of the Windows 10 desktop.
While it doesn’t make a lot of sense, it’s a Christmas decoration that has nothing to do with the holiday season.
It appears to be an ad for a holiday movie, and it’s just a little too creepy to use in Windows.
“This is a Halloween-themed decoration,” wrote the developer of the Christmas decoration, Chris Tamblyn.
“The decoration itself is just the same as any other Christmas decorations we’ve seen in the past.
It looks like a giant spooky face with a little spooky ornament on top of it.”
Tamblynn also posted a video of himself opening the Christmas window, which shows the decorations inside and out.
The windows have a “white Christmas tree” on the left, and a “Christmas tree” with a spooky white tree on the right.
While the decorations on the Windows 8, Windows 8 before 8.9, and Windows 10 versions of Windows 7 look similar, the decorations from the Windows Anniversary Update 1.0 update look a lot like a Halloween costume.
The decoration on the top of the window in the video, the Christmas Tree, also looks very similar to the one from the previous Windows 10 release.
Tambreen posted a screenshot of the new decorations on Twitter, which was taken from the wallpaper in the Windows desktop.
The Windows wallpaper for the Windows Desktop on a desktop computer, taken from Windows 10 10.
Tapping the window on the desktop shows a Halloween theme.
But it’s also a Christmas themed window, and the decoration looks a little off.
“It’s an obvious Halloween costume, right?
The decorations on this window seem to be a Christmas tree and a Christmas ornament, and that’s all it is.
This is all that it is, which makes it really creepy,” Tambys Facebook page wrote.
“No Halloween costume could look as bad as this.”
The decorations were a little more convincing when the Windows 7 desktop wallpaper was taken, but the Halloween decorations on Windows 10 appear to be more like a spook-themed costume.
But they’re still not quite Halloween-level creepy.
Tamsin McArthur, who runs the Windows Halloween decorations Facebook page, explained that it’s all a matter of taste.
“If it’s Halloween and you want to go for a little bit of spookiness and creepy, go for it.
If you want something a little less scary, go with the Halloween,” he wrote.
McArthur added that he thinks people will be okay with the decorations in the future.
“I’m sure some people will say, ‘No, that’s too creepy.
I like the spooky things.
Why should I be scared?'”
He added that the decorations were “quite spooky,” and they didn’t feel creepy in the same way.
The decorations also look a little strange, and “the only thing I can think of that’s more scary is the Halloween spooky ones.”
The Halloween decorations are also more like Christmas decorations, McArthur said.
But that doesn’t mean the decorations are completely off-putting.
McArdys Twitter followers have been sharing pictures of the decorations online, saying that they’re creepy.
McElroy, who is a software engineer, said that he didn’t notice anything when he opened the windows in Windows 7, but he noticed a change when he looked at Windows 10.
He said that his computer automatically updated the decorations, and he was able to delete them.
McErrold told The Verge that he liked the decorations.
“They’re pretty scary.
I think it’s funny.
I don’t like to look at them, I don, but they look pretty creepy.”
McElrold, who works in the IT industry, said he doesn’t really like Halloween decorations.
He also noted that the Christmas decorations are more similar to spooky Christmas decorations from other software applications, like Microsoft Office, than they are to spook decorations.
But he said that the Halloween decoration looks just a bit more creepy than a spry Christmas ornament.
McEllrry said he was more annoyed by the decorations when he tried to install Windows 10 on his computer.
He noted that when he installed Windows 7 in October, it didn’t change the Christmas decoration on his PC.
McEdrickson said that it wouldn’t surprise him if Windows 10’s Halloween decorations didn’t work in the long run.
“When you’re going to install this update, you’re probably going to be installing it, and there are going to probably be a lot bugs that you’re not going to like,” McEllrs