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Microsoft jubila a su Windows XP

Microsoft anunció que el 8 de abril, después de 12 años, descontinuara el soporte para el sistema operativo Windows XP.

Leonardo Ortiz, director de relaciones públicas de Microsoft, aseguró que "el mundo ha cambiado, y las empresas que aún siguen manejando su negocio con tecnología vieja como Windows XP están en desventaja. Investigaciones han mostrado que administrar un negocio con tecnología antigua puede incrementar costos, tanto por cargos adicionales de mantenimiento como por pérdida de productividad”.

Microsoft está empujando así a los usuarios de XP a moverse a un sistema operativo más reciente, como el debatido Windows 8.

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