Microsoft: Windows XP support ends in less than 800 days
Posted on: 01/31/2012 12:20 PM

Microsoft has posted up another reminder that it is counting the days before it ends its official support for Windows XP, saying that extended support for the OS ends in less than 800 days.

Microsoft: Windows XP support ends in less than 800 days


From Neowin:
Windows XP is still used as the main PC operating system by individuals, small and large businesses and, as we reported recently, even at the White House. Today, Microsoft used its official Windows blog site to issue yet another reminder that its support for Windows XP won't be around for much longer.

The blog points out that in less than 800 days from now, Microsoft will end support for Windows XP. Microsoft team member Steven L. Rose states that large businesses should make the move now to upgrade to a newer version of Windows, saying, "It takes 18-24 months to plan for and deploy a new operating system."



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