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Windows XP celebrates its 20th anniversary

When Windows 10 made its debut in , Windows XP was already discontinued. Now, Windows 10 is ready to make room for Windows 11, which is scheduled to arrive this fall. However, Windows XP, although gone, is not forgotten and more than just a few thousand people are still using it. In fact, we can talk about millions.

Released to manufacturing on August 24, , Windows XP took a few months to hit the market, an event that took place in October of the same year. According to former Microsoft Project Director for Windows XP Iain McDonald, who shared his thoughts on this anniversary on LinkedIn, "For those of us on the team, XP was a continuation of what we’d done with the release Windows (Win2k), 20 months earlier. Whereas Win2k was focused on corporate users, XP was bringing that stability goodness from Win2k to consumers. I was Project Manager for Win2k and Project Director for XP."

Since Windows XP was the first Windows version not to be based on MS-DOS and/or the Windows 95 kernel, it is now obvious why it was the most stable Windows to that date. Windows XP survived the arrival of Windows Vista () without breaking a sweat, although its market share slowly started to go down since then. Now, its market share is minuscule, between and percent (according to NetMarketShare and StatCounter). However, these microscopic percentages translate to millions of Windows XP users.

How is life for a Windows XP user in ? Without feature or security updates in years and without the chance to run many contemporary pieces of software, it's certain that these users are not living happy lives. Why and how are they still clinging to the Windows XP ship which has been sunk for a few good years, we can only hope to see in the comments section. Windows XP users, feel free to go ahead and share your stories with the rest of us. I know I'll be raising a glass to Windows XP and all those memories involving it next Tuesday. 

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The death of Windows XP may have been greatly exaggerated.

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer said the company could re-evaluate its plans to phase out Windows XP by June 30, if customers demand that it stick around. So far, they have not.

"XP will hit an end-of-life. We have announced one. If customer feedback varies, we can always wake up smarter, but right now, we have a plan for end-of-life for new XP shipments," Ballmer said during a Thursday news conference in Belgium, according to Reuters.

Big-name computer makers are still scheduled to have to stop selling models with Windows XP installed by the end of June. Mainstream technical support will continue to be available for Windows XP through April , and more limited support will continue through April

Microsoft does plan to continue selling Windows XP for a limited class of PCs it calls "ultralow-cost PCs." It's a category that covers machines with slower processors, smaller screens and, in many cases, flash memory, rather than a traditional hard drive, for storage.

Ballmer said most consumers are choosing to buy the current version of Windows, Vista. Many acquire Vista by default, however, since most new PCs ship with the operating system. Businesses have been slower to catch on, as many have clung to Windows XP and older versions of Windows.

While Microsoft ponders yet another stay of execution for Windows XP, it's readying a new version of Windows, being developed under the code name "Windows 7."

Earlier this month, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates indicated that Windows 7 could come within the next year--in some form, possibly a developer-oriented version--far ahead of the development schedule previously indicated by the software maker.

Ballmer on Thursday also reiterated Microsoft's intention of appealing directly to Yahoo shareholders, if the company rejects Microsoft's offer of $ billion for the company.

"We've sent them a letter that says, 'it's a good price; please let us know. If you don't let us know, maybe your shareholders will think it's a good price,'" Reuters reported.

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Microsoft's XP for low-cost PCs defines some boundaries

While Microsoft has seen it fit to keep XP around as its "relatively non-bloated OS" alternative to the Linux that has dominated this new category of "ultra low-cost PCs" (ULPCs), they're certainly not giving away the farm. Microsoft doesn't want this version of XP Home creeping into mainstream laptops and desktops, where it might compete with Vista sales and high-margin machines from PC manufacturers. To that end, Microsoft is setting the limits for ULPCs at inch screens, 80GB of storage, 1GB of RAM, 1GHz processors (with some exceptions) and no touchscreens. The upshot is that licenses for XP will go for $26 in developing nations and $32 elsewhere. Too bad the XP faithful among us will need to try a bit harder to wrangle XP onto new machines of theirs that don't fit these narrow specifications.

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