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Softchoice said it is seeing growing adoption of Windows 8 and that an examination of its client base found a Windows 8 presence up to 64 percent from 41 percent six months ago. Businesses also can upgrade to Windows 7 systems, which may avoid end-user confusion, said solution providers. The Windows 7 interface is comparable to Windows XP, and has a feature called Windows XP mode to run custom applications that require Windows XP.

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