It’s those damn one-percenters again

Paranoia, as Mr. Stills used to say, strikes deep:

Yahoo Answers screenshot: Since there are still millions of people world wide still using windows XP have they not been left high and dry?

And guess who did the leaving?

by the likes of Facebook, microsft outlook and many others, just because they are not able to afford the most up to-date machines to surf the web securly, and will it soon be only the wealthy and large corperations that will be able to so, and is that the plan for speeding up the net by reducing the traffic

Obviously our questioner doesn’t read anybody else’s questions, because the place is just jam-packed full of doofi who got their brand-new and presumably up-to-date machines loaded up with malware in the first 48 hours. “Securly?” Ha.

For what it’s worth, in the desktop/laptop market, XP still commands about a 12-percent share, though several years back it was estimated that 25 to 35 percent of XP installations were pirated.





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