Despite all of the publicity around the end of support for buy cheap microsoft software the movement by users from the platform appears to be sluggish with those expecting a stampede towards a more up-to-date operating-system left disappointed.
There isn't any denying that in the first quarter of this year there was an 'XP effect' that helped PC manufacturers however the transition from the OS, which saw its support cut on 8 April, has still got a bit of way to go.
The latest figures from Statista show that there has been little change using the worldwide market share of XP from March to May, using the OS still in second position after Windows 7 as the most popular platform.
Between March and could the proportion of buy microsoft office 2013 only fell by 2.4%, with many of those customers appearing to go towards Windows 7 or 8.1, which both saw similar rates of development in the past month or two.
The continued preference for cheap microsoft office 2010 carries on against a backdrop of increasing security warnings that using an unpatched and unsupported OS could leave users available to more cyber attacks.
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