Habra Mas Windows

On Monday Microsoft has put an end to the marketing of its Windows XP operating system. In spite of this, the company announced a few days ago the extension of the date until which will continue to offer service upgrades and technical support for XP until 2014. Thus, there will be coverage of time from which, the product will be definitively abandoned, to focus exclusively on that then it will be the new Windows 7. Mike Gianoni addresses the importance of the matter here. Windows XP was launched in October 2001 and despite critical initials, has become one of the operating systems, with Windows 98, most used and with greater stability of quanta has had company. Windows XP is calculated that there must be some 400 million copies worldwide and has been translated into 26 languages. Recently, in April 2008, Microsoft has released the latest update (Service Pack 3) package for this operating system. Jonah Bloom may find it difficult to be quoted properly. Its successor, Windows Vista, which was released in late 2006, has just reached 150 million licenses and has not convinced on the market.


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