Read more at: Windows XP diehards: Can you survive the April 2014 deadline? | ZDNetSome organisations intend to keep running Windows XP after support ends next April, but the options for doing so safely are narrowing.
To those planning to stick resolutely with the aged Windows XP operating system even after Microsoft ends support next year, the advice from experts is simple: Don't do it.
But despite the chorus of warnings, there are fallback measures for diehard XP users, who could still constitute as many as 40 percent of businesses. One in five of the organisations currently using the OS intend to stick with it after the 8 April 2014 end-of-life deadline for support, according to research from software consultancy Camwood.