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Microsoft warns the end is near for Windows XP

Ian Paul | April 10, 2013
In just one year, on April 8, 2014, Microsoft will stop delivering security updates for Windows XP, the second most popular operating system in the world. Microsoft issued several blog posts Monday urging businesses to get out before it was too late.

Many home users also refuse to dump XP arguing that upgrading is unnecessary when they still have a perfectly good PC, not to mention personal preference for Microsoft's aging OS. PCWorld readers staying true to XP can be summed up best by OmeCoatl8elr who said in late 2011, "You can pry my XP from my cold, dead hands."

 

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