Of course, but they have been smartly waiting for something OTHER than
From: Technology Discussion at UVM [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On
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Sent: Thursday, February 04, 2010 8:12 PM
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Subject: Re: Upgrading to W7
Just for information, although it's not business only, up-to-date
statistics on public OS and browser market share can be found here:
That's the link for OS versions, specifically. Right now, Win 2K is at
0.57% and Win 7 is at 7.57%.
And as for businesses, they can't stick with XP forever.
On 2/4/2010 3:37 PM, Rohr, Rob wrote:
> Of course, that graph is from last October, before Win 7 had
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> Extended support for XP through April 2014? What other software do
> run that was released in 2001?
> I like to bash M$ as much as the next guy, but that timeline seems
> generous to me. Let's move on! ... then again, I see that Windows
> still has a 6% market share -- larger than Linux and Mac OS combined.
> On 2/4/2010 1:58 PM, Victor Rossi wrote: