Microsoft's Apple "Get a Mac" killer is live: $300 million Windows campaign - Featuring Bill Gates and Jerry Seinfeld

Microsoft's Apple “Get a Mac” killer is live as of September 4, 2008. The new $300 million Windows campaign put together by advertising agency Crispin, Porter + Bogusky, has debuted with the first video ad featuring none other than Microsoft part-time Chairman Bill Gates and comedian Jerry Seinfeld. In the video advertisement, Seinfeld asks Gates: […]

Microsoft's Apple “Get a Mac” killer is live as of September 4, 2008. The new $300 million Windows campaign put together by advertising agency Crispin, Porter + Bogusky, has debuted with the first video ad featuring none other than Microsoft part-time Chairman Bill Gates and comedian Jerry Seinfeld.

In the video advertisement, Seinfeld asks Gates: "Are they (Microsoft) ever going to come out with something that will make our computers moist and chewy like cakes so we can eat them while we're working? If it's yes, give me a signal. Adjust your shorts..." And Gates responds with a wiggle.