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Windows 7: Windows 7 overtakes XP; Mac OS X steams ahead of Vista


06 Sep 2012   #11

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give win8 few month's and they will win over Windows 7, WHY ?

Because if you want to buy a new pc / laptop , then it will come with Windows8 and not with Windows 7 , that's how win8 will overtake Windows 7 as Windows 7 overtook XP !!!

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06 Sep 2012   #12

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Windows will always outsell every other OS. It has Minesweeper.
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06 Sep 2012   #13

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by JonathanV View Post
I hope someone still use Windows XP even after extended support ends in 2014.

After 2014, Microsoft strongly advised that you forget Windows XP now and migrate to Windows 7, or even Windows 8.
Then Windows XP users commented about this:

No. I don't want to migrate to Windows 7. I am very happy with Windows XP. No Windows XP = no life.
Then if Windows XP crashes, just buy a new copy of Windows XP again or if there's no Windows XP package I want to purchase, then I just buy an old computer with Windows XP included.
Doubt they will keep saying that when all software stops supporting xp such as antiviruses and other important software lol
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06 Sep 2012   #14

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by M1GU31 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by JonathanV View Post
I hope someone still use Windows XP even after extended support ends in 2014.

After 2014, Microsoft strongly advised that you forget Windows XP now and migrate to Windows 7, or even Windows 8.
Then Windows XP users commented about this:

No. I don't want to migrate to Windows 7. I am very happy with Windows XP. No Windows XP = no life.
Then if Windows XP crashes, just buy a new copy of Windows XP again or if there's no Windows XP package I want to purchase, then I just buy an old computer with Windows XP included.
Doubt they will keep saying that when all software stops supporting xp such as antiviruses and other important software lol
that will not happend from now until 10 or 20 more years!!!

Just look at windows2000 , there are still some important software that support win2000, and not junk software but most important means: antivirus - firewall and cleaner like ccleaner, that's all you need baby
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07 Sep 2012   #15

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by love in the air View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by M1GU31 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by JonathanV View Post
I hope someone still use Windows XP even after extended support ends in 2014.

After 2014, Microsoft strongly advised that you forget Windows XP now and migrate to Windows 7, or even Windows 8.
Then Windows XP users commented about this:

No. I don't want to migrate to Windows 7. I am very happy with Windows XP. No Windows XP = no life.
Then if Windows XP crashes, just buy a new copy of Windows XP again or if there's no Windows XP package I want to purchase, then I just buy an old computer with Windows XP included.
Doubt they will keep saying that when all software stops supporting xp such as antiviruses and other important software lol
that will not happend from now until 10 or 20 more years!!!

Just look at windows2000 , there are still some important software that support win2000, and not junk software but most important means: antivirus - firewall and cleaner like ccleaner, that's all you need baby
True that =)
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