Determined Developer Resurrects Windows XP with Unofficial Service Pack 4

Diehard Windows XP fans are having a hard time bidding the legacy operating system farewll — by the numbers, it’s estimated that some 15 percent (StatCounter) to just under 25 percent (Net Applications) of desktops are still running Windows XP. Save for businesses that pay a fee, Microsoft killed off support for Windows XP back in April, though one developer is determined to keep it alive with a new (and unofficial) Service Pack.
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More Windows 9 rumors: one-click upgrades, interactive tiles, notification center

Neowin reports that internal builds of the operating system currently sport a one-click upgrade feature to update from one build to the next. While there’s no guarantee that such a feature will necessarily ship, it would be consistent with Microsoft’s move to more rapid releases and continuous improvement rather than infrequent major updates.
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