You may think Windows 11 is pretty hip, but try on Windows XP for size. There's a country that still relies on it more than any other OS.
A YouTuber managed to compile a working OS from the Windows XP source code that leaked last week. This backs up the claim that the source code is authentic.
On this episode of the Windows Central Podcast: Microsoft Ignite, Surface Hub 2, Windows XP, and more
A new video showcases a concept of what Windows XP would look like if it was modernized to 2019, mixing the classic Start Menu and modern features.
Many popular Internet Games are losing support on Windows XP, Windows ME, and Windows 7. Titles losing support include backgammon, checkers, spaders, and hearts.
As part of its regular Patch Tuesday updates, Microsoft has issued new security patches for Windows XP to combat an "elevated risk" of cyberattacks from state-sponsored actors.
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