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Desktop Transformation: Predictions For 2013 - BCW

Desktop Transformation: Predictions For 2013 - BCW | Microsoft XP to 7 Migration | Scoop.it
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Desktop Transformation: Predictions For 2013
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By Ewen Anderson, in Enterprise January 10, 2013.
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Clock ticking on Windows XP migration | ChannelBiz UK

Clock ticking on Windows XP migration | ChannelBiz UK | Microsoft XP to 7 Migration | Scoop.it
Software migration specialist Camwood has warned businesses that the clock is ticking on support for Windows XP, with 500 days to go until Microsoft withdraws its full support for the platform.
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It Finally Makes Sense To Upgrade From Windows XP - Business ...

It Finally Makes Sense To Upgrade From Windows XP - Business ... | Microsoft XP to 7 Migration | Scoop.it
What puzzles him, though, is that with hundreds of millions of computers still running Windows XP—and Microsoft keener than ever to get their owners to migrate to Windows 7, if not Windows 8—the least the firm might have ...
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Windows 7 market share increases over XP - TweakTown

Windows 7 market share increases over XP - TweakTown | Microsoft XP to 7 Migration | Scoop.it
Wall Street JournalWindows 7 market share increases over XPTweakTownXP has long held the most market share out of any operating system. That was the case until it was overtaken in August by Windows 7 and a small margin.
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SiteSetter: Windows 7 to pass XP in usage share this month

SiteSetter: Windows 7 to pass XP in usage share this month | Microsoft XP to 7 Migration | Scoop.it
Windows 7 to pass XP in usage share this month. Nearly three years after its launch, Windows 7 is poised to replace Windows XP as Microsoft's most popular operating system, a Web analytics company said Sunday.
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Why it's finally time to ditch Windows XP | Sabernova

Why it's finally time to ditch Windows XP | Sabernova | Microsoft XP to 7 Migration | Scoop.it
However, Windows 7 and Windows XP are, moreover, alike in many aspects. But, this transition can also result in a lot of loss for Microsoft if greater share of people won't be switching by the time the deadline comes.
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Upgrading From Windows XP to Windows 7

Upgrading From Windows XP to Windows 7 | Microsoft XP to 7 Migration | Scoop.it
Upgrading From Windows XP to Windows 7. With Microsoft set to release its new operating system, Windows 7 later this year, there is as much doubt in the minds of Windows users as there is anticipation.
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Why CIOs Should Skip Windows 8 - Wall Street Journal (blog)

Why CIOs Should Skip Windows 8 - Wall Street Journal (blog) | Microsoft XP to 7 Migration | Scoop.it
Wall Street Journal (blog)Why CIOs Should Skip Windows 8Wall Street Journal (blog)Gartner analyst Steve Kleynhans said CIOs mulling a move from Windows XP should consider migrating their business computers to Windows 7 instead of Windows 8, because...
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Windows 7 Overtakes Windows XP As the Most Popular Desktop OS

Windows 7 Overtakes Windows XP As the Most Popular Desktop OS | Microsoft XP to 7 Migration | Scoop.it
Windows 8, which is scheduled to go on sale on October 26, will be Microsoft's first operating system designed to work just as well on tablets as it does on desktop computers. Users running Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7 ...
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How much will a Windows 7 migration really cost? | ZDNet

How much will a Windows 7 migration really cost? | ZDNet | Microsoft XP to 7 Migration | Scoop.it
Last week, the Gartner Group made some headlines with a provocative press release that tried to pin a price tag on the cost of migrating to Windows 7.
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