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Microsoft sees Windows XP use fall to 13% by cut-off date

Posted on Friday, September 20 2013 @ 13:15:27 CEST by

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Speaking about Windows XP at its financial analyst day in Bellevue, Washington, Microsoft COO Kevin Turner said that the old operating system has a marketshare of around 21 percent worldwide, and that the company's goal is to get this down to under 13 percent by the time that Windows XP's support gets cut off on April 8, 2014.
Turner then said that Microsoft's goal is to get that Windows XP OS share down to below 13 percent worldwide. This represents a change compared to just a couple of months ago, and it may show that Microsoft is getting more realistic in terms of getting that number down before the support cutoff date. Regardless, Windows XP will still be installed on a lot of PCs when April 8 comes around, especially in China, where the OS remains the top operating system in part because of high piracy rates.
Source: Neowin



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