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|Windows NT Workstation-tan|
|Also known as||Windows New Technology|
|Eye color||Cool Blue (?)|
|System personified||Windows NT Workstation|
|Debut||July 27, 1993(?)|
|Latest release||Version 4.0 Post SP6a SRP (26 July, 2001)|
Two separate personifications of Windows NT exist; the first is usually depicted as a lilac-haired girl or young woman with blue eyes and a plain pink dress. The other, depicting NT Workstation, Inu-T, has recently been more common than the original NT-tan, at least on the Futaba image boards. NT has the romaji representation of enu ti—this sounds a lot like inu ti, and inu is the Japanese word for dog. Inu-T has blue hair, dog ears, a dog's tail and a collar. She usually wears gloves and boots shaped like paws, and colored blue to match her ears and tail.
Most depictions of Inu-T show her as a young girl, with an endearing dog-like attitude, with carefree, sweet and spunky traits, even if she is a bit simple-minded. She is often shown as being daughterly and close with NT-tan.