When Microsoft launched Windows XP at the turn of the millennium, no one was sure what to expect. Would the operating system become a mega-hit like Windows 98 or would it disappoint customers the way Windows Me did? Now over a decade since its launch, Windows XP is widely considered one of the best operating system versions to ever hit store shelves. Companies around the globe are still running the operating system, even though two successors have launched. But the time has come for every company to finally cut the cord and ditch Windows XP. Yes, it's a fine operating system that supports all your accessories and applications, but it's really past its prime. And with an outdated design that many employees find tedious at this point as sleeker, easier to use competitors hit the market, it's about time you ditch XP in favor of another operating system, such as Windows 7 or even Mac OS X Lion, that can deliver all the features you need - rather than settling for having only some of them. Flip through the following slides to find out why Windows XP, after a long tenure in your office, needs to go.
If you stuck with Windows XP to avoid Windows Vista, you don't need to worry. Windows 7 is not Windows Vista. It's a high-quality operating system with several features you'll like. Don't lose sight of that.
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