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7 Reasons Why Windows XP Refuses To Die


By David Gewirtz for DIY-IT | February 20, 2014 -- 17:12 GMT (17:12 GMT) | Topic: Windows XP support may be ending soon, but there are a whole lot of folks There is one more thing if you still would like to run windows in a secured way you do have options. Won't go to 10 because of all the spy stuff. They can just clone an image onto each hard drive, and then ship them out. get redirected here

I run xp on my MBP through VMWare Fusion, so it's not my main OS but still, I've not installed any updates except SP3 and it still works fine. I feel safer with a established OS like XP compared to a brand new Os that MS pushes on everyone and has not stood the test of time. The Y2K theme is continued by @gavin.bollard, who states, "Microsoft would LOVE for WinXP's demise to be like the Y2K bug. On the tower is a sticker that advertise the long-obsoleted technologies that cram its dusty interior. this content

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Sarah tells me she expects her users to eventually be upgraded to a more contemporary version of Windows. Most, if not all new MBs may not work with XP now. My new girl..correction...my woman...is something called Win 7 and next year it just might be Win 10. Nice.

Mary’s not much of a gamer, but she admits she’s fond of online Sudoku and crosswords. As of Win7 became a part of my daily work with my customers too, I really started to hate my work AND my spare time at home. BrandPostsLearn more Sponsored by Puppet The business case for continuous delivery