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Should Rethink XP Guidance
By Bill Pytlovany
On the surface(no pub intended) it’s not unreasonable for Microsoft to drop support for Window XP. At least that’s what I used to think. Richard Hay of WindowsObserver.com shares a common opinion, “XP is 13 years old – hardware and OS’s have changed so much since then.” He’s right of course but I realized my car is even older. It doesn’t have built-in GPS, backup cam or even an iPod connection but I’ll keep it. The impact of Windows XP on our planet & me is still much bigger than my ‘95 Camaro Z-28.
In the fall of 2001 Bill Gates stood on a stage in New York City and proudly introduced us to Windows XP. It was the largest launch event I had attended complete with a concert in the park by Sting.
As Microsoft prepared for the launch they were encouraged by then Mayor Rudy Giuliani to hold the event in NYC. After the trauma of 9/11 a large event was needed to show the world the city was safe and open for business. Microsoft did the right thing.
This post is excerpted with Bill’s permission from his blog