Microsoft Windows XPMicrosoft has officially retired Windows XP after twelve years, no longer offering support or updates to the system. They have urged users to switch to more modern versions of the software. But it might be a more difficult upward battle than many expected.

Windows XP is perhaps the most beloved of all Windows operating systems. It was more intuitive than predecessors, great for both home and professional use, included a later released 64-bit version, and took features from the already decent Windows  2000.

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