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

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Microsoft Stops Selling Windows XP, Touts Vista

Microsoft Stops Selling Windows XP, Touts Vista

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.