Windows XP turns 10, retirement looms

Early this month reports have confirmed that Windows 7 have finally surpassed Windows XP as the worlds most popular operating system. And it looks like the good ol’ OS’ sun may finally setting down on the horizon of retirement. You might be surprised to believe that it was already taken 10-years of our digital life. Back in 2006, XP has massively powered home and business PCs crossing the mark of 400 million. Today, Windows XP still seat next to Windows 7 while far from Redmond’s unsuccessful Vista. So what’s next from here, XP is still have some demand until late last year and the OS-giant Microsoft promised to support it until April 8th of 2014 –yes, and the rest will be history until then.

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