Windows 2040 was a form of Windows created by the leader of Microsoft in early 2040. The software enabled those who had it to combine all sorts of PC and Mac softwares into one, providing a better vantage point in using their computers as a result.

It was the successor of Windows 31, an outdated, slow running software that caused the loss of $105 billion to the parent company, and caused the previous owner to go backrupt and $25 billion in debt as a result.