To all the kids out there, slowly put your game controller down on the floor, and with your hands (no fast movements) stretched out in front of you, type in a counter-argument to this research.
On a serious note, the original paper (http://archpedi.jamanetwork.com/article.aspx?articleid=1850198) articulates it's points very well and I am curious to see what corroborating research will follow.
Some great Ubuntu variants that looks/feels so similar to XP that it's worth moving instead of forking out money for a new OS and the hardware it would require to run.
IE8 is leaking like a rusting canoe and it's not going to be patched up.
With Google Chrome being supported on XP way into 2015 ( http://chrome.blogspot.com/2013/10/extending-chrome-support-for-xp-users.html) whilst XP and IE 8 is dead within the month, can any IT administrator - with a clear conscience - advise his XP users against moving to Chrome?
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