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It has been two years now since Microsoft cut the life support for Windows XP, meaning users of the OS will no longer receive security updates; therefore, if you're still running it and you get a virus or malware, you're on your own.
Nevertheless, Windows XP was a huge success when it was released on 24 August 2001. It introduced a lot of new features and improved upon existing ones. And it still lives on - fifteen years after it was released.
Apparently. According to Netmarketshare, as of March 2016 Windows XP still has a grip on 10.9% of the desktop OS market. To put that into perspective OS X 10.11 El Capitan only holds 4.05% of the market, and Windows 8.1 only 9.56%…
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Are there any suggestions you guys have out there to improve ? I'm open to any sort of suggestion, and if I dislike it I'll provide some reasoning. I'll put your suggestions into effect as soon as possible; that is, if I have access to a computer.
Warm regards, TheFallenOneGOTH of the Fallen Kingdom (Talk, Contribs) 00:14, December 1, 2015 (UTC)Read more >