Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 22nd Dec 2008 22:26 UTC, submitted by rexstuff
Windows Windows Vista has been out and about for a while now, and it has already been updated with a service pack, with a second service pack on its way. Vista's successor, Windows 7, is also getting closer and closer to release, but despite all that, Windows XP is still going strong, and demand for the operating system remains high. Because of that, Microsoft has yet again extended Windows XP's lifetime for OEMs and resellers.
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Serves the need
by poidaha on Tue 23rd Dec 2008 06:01 UTC
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I was asked at one time, when i was a linux user
and talking up linux, "what can linux do that i
can't do in windows xp?" Windows xp was a good
improvement over win98 for most of us and the fact that it is still around makes it seem like a 57 chev, Somebody is going to keep it somewhere near by. I build my own or buy used computers. I also still have a win98SE computer. I have no reason to go to riska! I hope that when i just have to give XP, Linux will be ready.

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