The time has come: Microsoft has officially ended support for Windows Vista, putting the final nail in the coffin of one of its more maligned OS releases.
If you are one of the very few PC users that still have Windows Vista installed on your rig, you have one year of official support left. Microsoft will end all updates for the OS on April 17, 2017.
Net Applications has posted up its desktop operating system market share data for June 2015, which finally shows Windows 8.1 taking over the second place spot over the 13-year old Windows XP.
For Microsoft, Windows Vista took priority over Mobile. Years later, Steve Ballmer regrets that decision.
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