posted on Jul, 6 2009 @ 11:45 PM
Actually XP has been done for a while.
They don't do any real updates for it anymore and they're getting ready to release Windows 7 along with work underway on the successor for W7.
Any updates you get for XP are for the programs that are on your computer, not XP itself.
And trust me, once you get all of the stuff in the background on Vista closed down, then it runs just fine like anyone running XP would. By stuff in
the background I mean actually closing down the Widgets and extras that are made for conveniency. And you can change the options in the extras to not
come up automatically at startup, it may be a little hard for the technologically retarded however.