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Windows Vista to Blame for Windows XP’s Large User Base, Security Expert Says
7 April 2014, 9:21 pm

Windows XP is about to get the axe, but nearly 28 percent of computers worldwide are still running it, despite all warnings coming from Redmond and emphasizing the risks of staying with an unsupported platform.

Terry Willis, head of information security at charity Age UK, has found who’s at fault for the fact that so many users are refusing to move to a newer operating system.

“A big problem is that Vista was so terrible, so companies just didn’t move off XP,” he said... (read more)

Source: Softpedia News - Microsoft

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