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End of Windows XP Support is Coming

In a few short months, Windows XP operating systems will reach the end of their life-cycle. After April 8, 2014, personal users and organizations still using Windows XP will be running it as unsupported software. Released in 2001, Windows XP is Microsoft's most successful operating system. After April of next year, this software’s life-cycle will have reached an end.

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Ballmer’s Gone, So What’s Next for Microsoft?

By Marc Arbesman

Steve Ballmer’s apparent forced retirement after 13 years at Microsoft leaves many questioning the future direction of the software company.

Analysts have been concerned about the static price of Microsoft shares which have not gone above $38 in over a decade. This occurring while other firms like Apple have seen their shares skyrocket.

The company has been fixated on its Office and Server business offerings. Both are highly profitable but none are what analysts would call a game changer.

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