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More Users Move to Windows XP Ahead of Windows 10 Launch
Windows XP support was ended in April 2014, and yet, more than 18 percent of the world's PCs are still running it, according to a new batch of stats provided by market share analyst NetMarketShare.
No less than 18.93 percent of the computers in the world are currently powered by Windows XP, figures reveal, enough to become the second most popular OS in the world, after Windows 7 and ahead of Windows 8.1.
But what's more surprising is that Windows XP actually managed to increase its market share in January 2015, which is an indication that some users are not yet impressed with Microsoft's new operating systems and prefer to stick to the ancient version released in 2001.