It's all over for Windows XP Service Pack 2, at least in terms of support from Microsoft. So, if you haven't already, move (or get your customers to move) to Windows 7 -- or just implement XP SP3, which is still alive. Surprisingly, many businesses -- like half of all businesses, according to one researcher -- are still on SP2. Maybe not for long...
Posted by Lee Pender on July 14, 2010 at 11:56 AM
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