There's just one year left until Microsoft pulls the plug on Windows XP security updates.
Microsoft has announced no plans to change course, in spite of the fact that the now three-generations-old desktop OS is still number two in terms of active installed base, commanding nearly 39% of the market while Windows 7 holds the top spot at just under 45%.
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For more on this subject, see my full article at the award-winning Sophos Naked Security blog:
Windows XP death watch: 365 days remaining
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