Party's Over, Windows XP: No More on New PCs
Time to go modern like.
- Get with the times
- It's too late
Alright, so maybe you prefer your new PCs with Windows XP – that's just a matter of personal preference, but Microsoft's mandated that new PCs from here on must be preloaded with something newer than an OS from 2001.
On the first birthday of Windows 7, PC makers are now no longer allowed to load Windows XP on new PCs – which in this case are mostly comprised of netbooks.
This does not affect the rules for Windows XP downgrade licenses, which will carry on until 2015, according to ZDnet.
Which version of Windows would you prefer to run on a netbook?