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Microsoft

+ - Post end-of-life Windows: clocks to break in March

Control Group writes: We just got notified of Microsoft's policy on the new daylight savings time schedule by one of our consultants. Looks like Microsoft is sticking to its 'no support' guns, even for this. If you're not running Windows XP SP2 or later, you'll only get your clock patched under a Custom Support Agreement or Extended Hotfix Agreement. Will this be the push that finally moves all the 98/ME/2000 users to upgrade, or will it just be one more annoyance that they put up with?

Steve Jobs said two years ago that X is brain-damaged and it will be gone in two years. He was half right. -- Dennis Ritchie

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