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The death of Windows XP may have been greatly exaggerated. Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer said the company could re-evaluate its plans to phase out Windows XP by June 30, if customers demand that it stick around. So far, they have not.
“XP will hit an end-of-life. We have announced one. If customer feedback varies, we can always wake up smarter, but right now, we have a plan for end-of-life for new XP shipments,” Ballmer said during a Thursday news conference in Belgium, according to Reuters.
Side Note: I don’t know about you but my primary PC is still a Windows XP machine. I still like XP and will try to use it for as long as possible, because its compatible with all my software and other devices and I can count the times I have received an error related to the OS. Now don’t get me wrong, I have other computers with Windows 10, but XP remains a favorite of mine. Are you still using Windows XP? How long will you continue to do so?