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Although the end of Microsoft’s previous Windows OS has created an industry outcry, a few years ago ComputerWorld Canada published an in-depth lookat why adoption did not meet expectations. Among the factors at play: asoft market for technology sales, sluggish upgrade policies and apreference for XP’s predecessor, Windows 2000. If this sounds a lotlike Vista’s problems, it’s because it is.

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