Windows XP comes to be talking about an operating system that has exactly 10 years ago. And that has probably been the most successful operating system of Microsoft’s history was still in good shape and with a user fee too high for software that despite their numerous service packs and updates and is too outdated for times. The blame for this has been thus have several factors, including how much the company was slow to get Windows Vista and the complete failure it was this.
Microsoft makes little set in motion a campaign to have the 1000 days of life that remain to support the operating system, an attempt by the many who already has done so little to small users will migrate to newer versions. Especially Windows 7, which is a great operating system to rise to the occasion (and it says a user of OS X). Good news in that sense to the company and for the first time and that according to a study reported Net Applications share users within Windows XP has dropped by 50% first time staying in a apuradísimo (but sufficient) 49 , 69%.
The study also highlights that the share of Windows 7 will not only increase and it reaches a 27.92% market share, now global, versus 10% users of OS X and 0.91% of Linux users . Vista is a 9.27% ??which still leaves Microsoft as the dominant firm controlling an overwhelming 87.66% of all desktop operating systems. This is good news for Windows XP, although it is a system still used by millions of people (in fact many of you probably read from me ye him) it is necessary that users begin to migrate to better and more advanced versions.
Probably the time to spend those 1000 days of support offered by Microsoft, which is slightly less than 3 years and will be out the next version, reportedly called Windows 8, even more XP leaving in the lurch. Upgrading to Windows 7 should start to become a must for many and will not be surprising that large pieces of software manufacturers well known and widely used by many people (read: Photoshop or AutoCAD) begin to also withdraw support for XP to force further change to Windows 7 or Vista, if no other option. Which is your idea
about a good thing that XP has reached this percentage? How many of you continue to use Windows XP?