Windows XP has only a year or so to live. At the same time, several businesses have already suggested that Microsoft’s deadline of April 8, 2014 is a bit too soon for them. Nevertheless, Redmond is still keen on sticking to the date, as it continues urging the user base of its 11-year-old operating system to make the...

Even with the continuing efforts of Microsoft to convince businesses and users to move away from the 11-year-old operating system, Windows XP remains the second most popular version of Windows. As far as unofficial statistics go, the classic OS is losing market share, but at a very slow pace. A new survey conducted by...