Magazine Helps XP Users Raise Voices, Video Cameras

Kachina Shaw

Is Microsoft's extension of the life span of Windows XP from the end of last year until June 30, 2008, enough for its users? No it is not.


XP users who've familiarized themselves with Windows Vista, including those expert enough with Vista to write the books intended to help the non-experts make the transition, are unhappy enough to consider switching to Linux a better choice than upgrading to Vista.


The Editor in Chief of InfoWorld, Eric Knorr, has decided, based on feedback and worries from CIOs and IT managers who do not want to replace XP with Windows Vista, that his publication will do what it can to support the XP side. InfoWorld invites those who want to raise a collective voice before it's too late to save XP to ...


If you're a creative type, submit a pro-XP video, too.

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