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Are you currently an XP user? What's your survival strategy going to be, now that Microsoft no longer supports XP? I'd appreciate any tips you can share.
We know you love Windows XP and you’re in good company. Hundreds of millions of Windows XP users are fans of the operating system, and many depend on Windows XP to run legacy applications and hardware not yet compatible with Windows Vista. Even though we’re retiring Windows XP, we won’t leave you hanging. Our Microsoft Support Lifecycle explains it all.
You can still buy new PCs and use Windows XP. Windows Vista Business and Windows Vista Ultimate have downgrade rights that let you return your operating system to Windows XP. We plan to provide support for Windows XP until 2014.
Originally posted by stander
The consumers are not those who call for new operating systems to be introduced every two years or so; it's Bill Gates legacy that does.