Microsoft has appointed a new partner to help move enterprises from Windows XP earlier today, so it seems like the company’s efforts to convince everyone to make the switch are finally paying off. Centrix Software, the software firm that’ll provide assistance to businesses trying to deploy a newer Windows version, said more companies are willing to switch to Windows 7 or Windows 8, emphasizing that Microsoft has convinced many of them of the benefits brought by an upgraded OS. Microsoft will officially stop providing support for the 11-year-old operating system in April 2014, so with less than 500 days to go, all users are recommended to upgrade to a newer Windows contraption. Surprisingly, however, Windows XP remains one of the most popular operating systems on the market, even though Microsoft is struggling to prove that Windows 8 is the best of all.

Windows XP remains the second most popular operating system in the world with a market share of 39.15 percent.
Windows 8 is still far away from its predecessors, as it currently holds a share of only 1.49 percent. About OutlookDAVThis software was developed and designed email and messaging security experts of the Comodo Group. The Comodo Group has as its mission a safe, secure and trusted Internet, and has been building trust since 1998.

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