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Windows XP Diehards Face The Music
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Rosella
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Rosella,
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4/7/2014 | 3:39:54 PM
Windows XP and Windows 7
We primarily use Windows XP in our office and keep one machine with Windows 7 installed on it.  We have found no real benefit from Windows 7 and only keep it on the one computer to read the occasional document that we receive that is sent as a .docx file.  
ChasH789
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ChasH789,
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4/7/2014 | 3:35:02 PM
Show Windows the Door
I have thousands of dollars of quality studio software that ONLY runs on XP, and it works well. 

When the time comes I feel I am being pushed too hard and not getting support from Microsoft, I'll simply show Windows the door and get a Mac. 
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