PC World takes a closer look at your options on keeping Windows XP and how long you will be able to buy new Windows XP licenses.
The official XP doomsday is the end of this month, June 30th, but Microsoft has left several doors open to still get XP after that date.
Quote: "First, retailers and PC makers can still sell the Windows XP software, and Windows XP PCs, after that date, as long as they purchased the products before June 30. If a retailer stocked up on copies of XP before June 30, it can sell XP for as long as those supplies hold out. The same holds true for PC manufacturers."
Read the full report on PC World.
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