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    Posted April 8, 2014 by
    Seattle, Washington

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    XP , Rest In Peace

    As of today Microsoft no longer supports its operating system XP. This will lead to increased vulnerability among those computers still operating with XP. An estimated 30% of business computers are operating on XP today in the United States. Why didn't these systems get changed out ? Costs? Procrastination? An ill belief that MIcrosoft would not abandon them?
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