Windows XP Goes Dark: 5 Things To Expect
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User Rank: Ninja
3/13/2014 | 12:23:38 PM
Maybe use a magic 8-ball?
I have a question: how often does enterprise IT actually ASK Microsoft for support?  Security patches, yes.  Actual support, no.  Maybe those who stay on XP who want actual dial-in support could emulate their support with a modified Magic 8-ball connected to a VoIP system: "This is not supported."  "This is working as designed." "Please reboot." "You must reload Windows." "Reply hazy, ask again later."
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