THE POPULAR Microsoft operating system that refuses to die, Windows XP, has seen a rise in popularity for the second month running....Microsoft, which has been trying every trick in the book to lure or scare users away from Windows XP, is going to be disappointed that once again attention has been drawn away from Windows 8, which continues to underperform, despite gaining slightly, stepping out of the shadow of Vista at 0.68 percent market share.
Meanwhile, in the web browser market, Microsoft's Internet Explorer continues to be top dog with 58.19 percent of the market across all versions, a slight dip from last month that reflected...
Scare tactics won't make Windows XP users upgrade
(IE must be always "used" anyway as long as Windows is running, huh?)
Windows 98, which cannot be connected to easily by Network Neighborhood
Maybe they use a Microsoft compiler or something.
I can tink, you know
It's the 18th of April.
Maybe it was the 8th.
Here's a Linux specifically made for netbooks: Netrunner Arch http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AILYKTcBX1Y
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