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World's most delayed software released after 54 years of development

When consumers have been promised powerful, life-changing new software, delays and postponed launches can be excruciating.

Mac OS X was first demonstrated under the code-name Rhapsody in 1997, yet version 1 release didn't arrive until a full four years later. Windows Vista was originally planned to ship in 2003, as a minor release between Windows XP and the true follow-up, but that release date slipped by three years.

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TechImperia3658d ago

Man that's a very long time.


Windows XP and Vista Support Dropped From Steam Starting January 1st

Steam is shifting gears and will drop support for Windows XP and Windows Vista starting January 1st.

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Apple to suspend iTunes Store support for “obsolete” first-gen Apple TV

A support document from Apple drives another nail in the coffin for the original Apple TV, first introduced in 2007. On May 25, 2018, first-generation Apple TV devices will no longer be able to connect to the iTunes Store due to new security changes to be implemented by Apple. In addition to first-gen Apple TVs, any PCs running Windows XP or Windows Vista will also lose access to the most recent version of iTunes.

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Microsoft patches Windows XP to stop foreign hack attacks

Microsoft is trying to protect obsolete PCs from new "WannaCrypt"-type threats.

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KingPin2554d ago

no reason for anyone to still be on xp.
theres windows 7 and 10 that function just as well as xp does, is more up to date and much more secure with the same ease of use as xp.