IT WAS 10 YEARS AGO TODAY that Microsoft shipped the first copies of its Windows XP operating system to PC manufacturers.
As reported by The INQUIRER's sister IT news web site V3.co.uk, it is still going strong. Forrester research suggest that nearly 60 per cent of PC systems continue to run Windows XP.
To commemorate the 10th anniversary of Windows XP, V3 is posting a copy of the original 2001 review of the operating system from sister publication IT Week. µ
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