‘Bliss’ was taken just off Highway 121 in Sonoma County. SONOMA COUNTY, Calif. (KGO) — If you’re looking for Bliss, it’s on private property, but it’s clearly visible just off Highway 121 in Sonoma County.
When was the Windows XP background taken?
The photo even has an incredible backstory: Charles O’Rear snapped the now-legendary shot of what is known as “Bliss” hill while driving to see his now-wife on a Friday afternoon in January 1996. “A majority of people who saw that photograph, billions of people, thought it was not a real photograph,” said O’Rear.
What is the most viewed photo in history?
Not many know Charles O’Rear is the man behind Bliss, the photograph considered by many as the most-viewed picture in the history of the world. O’Rear clicked Bliss 21 years ago and it was used by Microsoft as the default background for its Windows XP operating system.
Is Microsoft release Windows 11?
Microsoft has confirmed that Windows 11 will officially launch on 5 October. Both a free upgrade for those Windows 10 devices that are eligible and pre-loaded on new computers are due. This means that we need to talk about security and, specifically, Windows 11 malware.
Where does Windows 10 get its lock screen pictures?
The quickly changing background and lock screen images can be found in this folder: C:UsersUSERNAMEAppDataLocalPackagesMicrosoft. Windows. ContentDeliveryManager_cw5n1h2txyewyLocalStateAssets (do not forget to replace USERNAME with the name you use to log-in).