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Survey: What's next after Windows XP?

Windows XP support is ending in April, and Tech Pro Research is conducting a survey to find out what companies are planning to do next.

Microsoft is ending Windows XP support on April 8, and earlier articles on TechRepublic showed that quite a few companies hadn't made solid plans about how to handle the change from this OS.

Tech Pro Research is conducting a survey to find out what companies plan to do as a result of the change. Will you take the opportunity to move on to non-Windows products? Or will you opt for Windows 8 or Windows 8.1? Will there be fewer desktop PCs in the post-XP world?

Please take our survey and let us know more about your plans for post-Windows XP support from Microsoft. If you'd like a free copy of the research report, normally available only to Tech Pro Research subscribers, you'll have the option of entering your email address at the end of the survey.


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Teena Maddox is a Senior Writer at TechRepublic, covering hardware devices, IoT, smart cities and wearables. With a background in fashion writing at People and W magazines and WWD, she ties together the style and substance of tech.

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