Since Microsoft stop supporting Windows XP to the general public last week many businesses that still use the operating system are paying the Microsoft to continue patching and supporting their system. These are custom support packages developed for the large corporations.
So why did Microsoft reduced custom support pricing?
Microsoft has cut its custom support prices. They have been working with customers and partners on the migration from Windows XP since we announced in September 2007 that support for Windows XP would end on April 8. 2014.
These programs are aimed at large corporations therefore the term ” custom support pricing” makes it expensive.
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