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  Reply # 1525037 3-Apr-2016 09:09
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Would accessing on a mobile device in desktop mode count



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  Reply # 1525161 3-Apr-2016 11:42
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mentalinc: Do you run banners for people running Windows XP to let them know they should really be upgrading to a more modern OS?

Microsoft is already doing this for Windows 7 ; ).

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  Reply # 1525186 3-Apr-2016 13:29
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ubergeeknz:

 

Very interesting stats indeed... also I think a name and shame is in order for those users running XP!

 

 

I'll be the first to put my hand up! However, in my defence, it's from a work computer which was due for an upgrade last year but keeps getting delayed. Fingers crossed all the remaining XP machines should get upgraded this month.


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  Reply # 1525201 3-Apr-2016 14:31

My work pc is an old Dell GX520 running XP.

 

Latest I heard was replacement was in the capex budget for this year.


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