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Gartner Says Microsoft Windows 7 Upgrade Should Start in 2010

By CIOinsight  |  Posted 06-02-2010 Print
Windows XP should be eliminated from office PCs by the end of 2012, research firm Gartner advises in a June 2 report, as both ISVs (independent software vendors) and application-builders begin to cut off their support for the aging operating system in earnest. At the same time, the report states, organizations planning on a Windows 7 transition should begin planning and testing this year.


 

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