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Can We Call Windows 8 the New Vista? Not So Fast, Analyst Says

Washington Post:

When it launched Windows 8 two years ago, Microsoft was trying to introduce an entirely new approach to desktop computing. But for a lot of average computer users, the experiment didn’t work.

Just a year later, Microsoft had to walk back some of its changes in a Windows 8.1 update. On Wednesday, the company said that it will extend anti-virus support for the decade-old Windows XP for another year, indicating that there’s still a large group of customers that are hesitant to move beyond the 2001 operating system.

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