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Organizations that stuck with Windows XP all the way to the end of its supported lifespan must now prepare to migrate to a new operating system. The best way forward might be a Windows 7 migration, especially for companies that value simplicity. Access >>>
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- A Windows 7 migration still makes sense
- How to leave Windows XP behind
- What to know about the end of XP
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