Quote from a Windows newsletter
XP won't die; Windows 7 about to be born
Apparently, Windows Vista isn't such a hot commodity : Microsoft has extended the deadline for halting shipments of XP . Demand for Vista's predecessor is high enough that the company postponed the cutoff date to July 31, 2009.
PC makers that currently offer so-called "downgrades" from Vista to XP — which for many people are more like upgrades — will be able to continue the offer six months longer than previously anticipated . Microsoft had originally set the cutoff date for Jan. 31, 2009, and that cutoff date is still in effect for small OEMs.
So hang on folks; maybe the MS elves will finally release an OS worthy of the software HP they've undoubtedly got up there in the NW hills.........
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