|Microsoft Pulls Plug on Windows XP
The end is here -- Microsoft has officially ended support for Windows XP -- and software companies see a lucrative opportunity in Redmond’s moves to stop updating the popular version of its OS.
|Against a Wall, Some Buy XP Support
The end is near for the Windows XP operating system, with Microsoft cutting the cord for support on April 8th. Some companies and government agencies still aren't ready and are scrambling to find cover.
|Last Fixes Tuesday for XP, Office 2003
That's a wrap. Microsoft is closing the books on Windows XP and Office 2003 support, offering its last update to the software on Tuesday with four security bulletins, two rated critical and two important.
|Despite Its Age, XP Remains a Favorite
Microsoft will end its support of Windows XP in less than week, yet the operating system remains more popular than Windows 8 and is only second to Windows 7 with 27.7 percent of the market.