Consumers driving business Windows 7 adoption; XP is on the way out at last


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With 240 million copies sold, Windows 7 has certainly been hugely successful. Windows XP, however, remains the most common version of Windows, and corporate customers are a big part of Windows XP's continued ubiquity. Earlier this week, Ars talked to Gavriella Schuster, general manager of Windows Product Management, about this corporate roll-out. Read the comments on this post


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