Happy Birthday, Happy Birthday … Windows XP! Its already ten years for arrival of XP on our shelves. To celebrate this anniversary, Microsoft has released a graphics … incentive to give up XP to move to Windows 7.
In our article Worldwide Windows 7 than XP’s October 3, we noted that the ancestor Windows XP was overwhelmed by its grand-son. But Microsoft seems to speed up even more things. In a graphic published to celebrate the tenth anniversary of XP, Microsoft highlights the changes that have taken place during this decade. In 2001 Microsoft to conclude that was Windows XP, but today is Windows 7.
Microsoft doesn’t entertain or support any operating system beyond the 10 years lifespan according to its policies. But, in case of Windows XP, Microsoft did provide an extension of 3 years thus finalising the end-of-life date of XP as April, 2014 rather than April, 2011.