As we all know the Windows XP apocalypse is approaching gradually and Windows XP is still one of Microsoft products that is used by a large number of people worldwide. It started well as the Munich donated Ubuntu CDs to its citizens earlier in order to beat the end-of-life of Windows XP. Now can it be the time of South Korea? This is something that is still in discussion and will be a great news for the open source community and the users in South Korea.
Below is an excerpt from an article published by www.businesskorea.co.kr:
“According to an industry source on December 15, there is a heated discussion about replacing Windows XP with an alternative OS in IT communities at home and abroad, since the market for PC operating systems (OS) has been divided into largely MS windows and Mac OS, without any other significant operating systems. But the issue of a third option has now become a reality, as Windows XP is going to be retired.”
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