Windows is a pretty big Operating System. Like, pretty big. It comfortably takes up quite a few GB and is bigger than many Linux distributions – and it doesn’t even come with an office suite or printer drivers (by comparison Ubuntu is 700MB, comes with an office suite, decent web browser, decent photo organisation program, Python and compilers). I think I know why Windows is a tiny bit bigger (or at least 84.3KB bigger): some midi files in C:\Windows\Media\. I already knew Windows came with some sound files – there is a bit of Beethoven in sample music, but I never realized that there were three rather peculiar pieces of music: flourish.mid, onestop.mid and town.mid. In total the three pieces around about seven minutes long, but they are completely and utterly random. I’ll let you enjoy them.