Windows XP Officially Retired By Microsoft

According to Paul McDougall in the Microsoft will no longer make Windows XP available to large computer makers such as Dell, Lenovo, or Hewlett-Packard, or to software retailers after June 30 but it will continue its offer to small independent pc makers until July of the next year. But they would also gain continued access to XP for an indefinite period if they would try to models of vista based computers.

Some of the reasons is that there are less Vista users than XP users today since Vista craves more for compatible pc.

According to Paul, Microsoft said that Windows XP would be available to ultra-low-cost pc's and laptops such as the asus until 2010.

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