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Support ends, usage dips, but XP users are still legion.
The browser vulnerability is just the first of many to come in the post-Microsoft support era.
It didn't take long for all the barking about the death of Windows XP to gain some teeth.
In his first earnings call, Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella seemed willing to try try new things as Microsoft pushes to build a stronger Windows ecosystem.
We know for certain that the Start menu is coming back to Windows 8.1. But when that will happen is still a mystery that has the rumor mill working overtime.
A report allegedly from a notorious Windows leaker claims a free, Windows-as-a-service will debut this fall, called Windows Cloud.
"Buy once, play anywhere" comes to Microsoft's ecosystem.
The forward-looking folks at Microsoft Research demo'd Live Tiles that scroll and expand. It's still just an experiment, but it sure sounds cool.
Microsoft has released the final patches for Windows XP. Support is officially expired, and you’re on your own.
There's no need to worry unless you've disabled automatic updates.
Windows XP, Microsoft's beloved seventh major operating system, has died at the hands of its creators. It was 12.
Technically, upgrading Windows XP to a newer OS is an option, but it doesn’t make any sense from a financial perspective.
So far, it's just a prototype. But even the basic Windows for the car demo gives clues into what Microsoft plans.