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The last chance to save Windows XP
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Written by Daniel   
Monday, 30 June 2008 09:25

 Microsoft has stubbornly stuck to its decision to stop selling XP after today. It's a wrong decision, which InfoWorld hopes your voice can still change at this very last minute.

By Eric Knorr, InfoWorld
June 30, 2008
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Last Friday, we FedEx'd the Save Windows XP petition to Steve Ballmer. I have to say that sliding the memory stick into the envelope was an emotional experience: Over 210,000 users have made their voices heard to the world's largest software corporation. I think there's still a slim chance that Microsoft will change its mind about making XP available after today, particularly if we get more major media pickup and another wave of signatures today. Meanwhile, here's the full text of the cover letter I sent along with the petition: 

Chief Executive Officer
One Microsoft Way
Bellevue, WA 98052

Dear Steve,

On January 2, 2008, InfoWorld launched the Save Windows XP campaign. As of June 27 at 2:00 PM Pacific Time, we have gathered 210,562 signatures from passionate users who demand the right to purchase Windows XP after June 30, the deadline beyond which Microsoft has said it will no longer license Windows XP through most sales channels. The Save Windows XP petition is enclosed as a CSV file.   [InfoWorld...]   [Comments...]
 

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