With the debut of Windows 8 expected to be released sometime this year, it would seem that many people are still holding on to their decade old operating system Windows XP instead of upgrading to their current Windows 7. According to a new figures conducted by NetApplications, it seems that Windows XP still dominates the market.
For the month of January, Windows XP grabbed 47.19 percent of all OS users, a small climb from 46.5 percent in December. At the same time, Windows 7 saw its market share dip to 36.4 percent from almost 37 percent the previous month. This may mean nothing since we are talking about fractions of a percent. However, this poses a bigger problem for Microsoft.
Many people that had such a bad taste from their intermediate OS, also know as
Voldermort Windows Vista, many people either returned to XP or stayed with XP until something…
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