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Old is not always Gold

Old Is Not Always #Gold We decided to take a trip down memory lane to check in on what was hot back in 2001 when Windows XP was the most popular operating system, and what's hot now. See what a difference 12 years have made to our lives. 2014 THEN NOW 2001 - - -- -- References WIKIPEDIA that you trusted Encyclopaedia Wikipedia ROMEO ANDJULIET How you read your ROMEO JULIET books WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet on Paperback Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet on Reader Apps Photos for keepsake were Developed from film Digital photos stored on devices Phones you carried Compact, blue LED lit screen phones Sleek, vibrant smartphones Backing up your files was done through OneDrive CDs Cloud Drives Only Close to 11% 40%* of world And you of world population used the population are using the internet used a... internet Windows XP for desktop work and... maybe play Multiple Windows devices, always-on apps & games for work and play Needs have changed dramatically.. However, Millions of PCs in Asia are still on Windows XP today! 24% of Asia on XP Don't Be Exposed When Support for Windows XP Ends on 8 April 2014 Windows XP was not designed to support today's needs of multiple devices, always on connectivity, security and backup for both work and play. Malware, hacktivism, fake virus alerts and vulnerabilities have increased from thousands to millions in the last 12 years. XPFAAAAAA Windows XP SP3 is 5.68 times more vulnerable than Windows 8 with a staggering XP 82.4% higher malware infection rate. The New Windows 8 offers a wide range of tablets, hybrids and ultrabooks and... Unified Experience Do More At Once Make It Your Own Save your documents, photos, videos and other files to OneDrive automatically so that you'll have them anywhere, even on other devices. Chat while gaming, shop while watching, or work while listening. Depending on your screen size, you can now see up to four apps on your Windows 8.1 enables more personalization options than ever before with more tile screen at once and move with ease through all the ways you use your PC. sizes, more color options and more animated backgrounds. You can even take a Skype call or a photo through your local screen – all these without unlocking your PC. And if cost of upgrading your device is still a concern... According to Statista (2014)? Average selling price of desktop PCs worldwide from 2005 to 2015 (in U.S. dollars) 1000 48% decrease in price point over last 10 years 805. 800 726 727 692 615 605 600 552 505 417 458 400 200 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Some oldies may be goldies, but an old Windows XP PC, while great for its time, is not one of them. Visit to find out more. #xpeos 1 Microsoft Security Intelligence Report vol.15, Microsoft, 2014 ( 2 Average selling price of desktop PCs worldwide from 2005 to 2015 (in U.S. dollars), Statista, 2014 * Internet penetration rate: ITU, 2014 ( Microsoft I.

Old is not always Gold

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With Windows XP End of Support happening on 8 April 2014, we take a walk down memory lane to check in on what was hot back in 2001 when Windows XP was first launched, and what's hot now.


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