Microsoft Stops Selling Windows XP, Touts Vista

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In a push to sell more of its new Windows Vista software, Microsoft said it plans to stop shipping copies of Windows XP. Co-host Ari Shapiro talks with Lance Ulanoff, PC Magazine's editor in chief, about what this means for consumers who use Windows software.

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