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Windows XP was officially retired on April 8, the same day when Microsoft brought the new Windows 8.1 Update to life, a refreshed version of the original Windows 8.1 that comes with plenty of improvements to the traditional PC.
has worked a lot to improve Windows 8.1 with the first update and the company is also planning to release another one sometime this year in a similar effort to make the operating system
a little bit more helpful on the PC and for those still relying on a mouse and keyboard as the main input method.
Since Windows XP
is no longer receiving patches and Windows 8.1 is a little bit disappointing for some, pretty much because it still lacks the familiar interface they had in Windows 7
, almost everyone is looking forward Windows 9, the next full Windows release that's expected to debut in early 2015.