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Section: Techlog Microsoft thinks your next PC should run Windows Vista . If you'd rather have the freedom to choose, you've got tots of company. "IT'S ONE OF THE most stable operating systems that I have ever dealt with." "It boots up faster." "It works well with many, many applications." "It is simply the most user-friendly operating system to date." Those are the words of a few of the nearly 3500 technology users who participated in a recent PC World survey. But the product they're raving about isn't Windows Vista or Mac OS X 10.5 or a new version of Linux. Instead, it's a six-year-old throwback that's about to suffer the saddest fate that can befall a technology product: Its creator is pulling it off the market. The platform in question is Windows XP, which means that the creator is Microsoft. And a whole lot of people are anything but gruntled about the company's plans to end all retail and PC OEM sales of XP on June 30, thereby making it pretty certain that the next Windows PC you buy
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