By Austin Modine in San Francisco Posted in Operating Systems, 7th April 2009 18:29 GMT
Microsoft will drop free support for handful of aging products next week, including consumer versions of Windows XP and Office 2003.
On April 14, the Redmond giant ends “mainstream” support for Office 2003 in addition to Windows XP Home and
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