XP is still on almost all the machines at college. Most are the old RM computers that have been rebuilt and beaten for years and years with a whopping great CRT placed on the top.
What is worse is that we dont have the software we need either. Part of the IT Course I am doing is Graphics, the computers are terrible and dont have more than 512mb of RAM, we only have FREE Graphics software in most rooms like Paint.NET which is horrible and then to top it off a teacher who doesnt know what she is doing so we end up watching some dull video on doing something using Photoshop and then have to do it on Paint.NET which doesnt have all the features
Then they got some new computers to run 7 in our graphics room which they have gone over the top with. They have Quad-Core Processors, 8GB RAM and Windows 7 64-bit on them which took about 1 month for them to setup and we got to use them once to install Virtual XP