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9 Ways Microsoft Is Scaring Windows XP Laggards Into Upgrading

With less than 75 days left until Microsoft cuts off support for Windows XP, we present marketing messages it has given to partners to convince customers that now's the time to upgrade.

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9. Everyone Else Is Doing It

If all else fails, Microsoft partners can simply inform customers that a large portion of the world's Windows- and Office-using population is upgrading away from Windows XP and Office 2003 to newer versions.

"Together Windows and Office are the gold standard for business platforms. By joining over one billion users worldwide, your communication with potential customers is less likely to be disrupted, and you'll limit training costs as you upgrade to a familiar environment," Microsoft said in a partner document.

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