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Astute Windows users have pointed out the Achilles Heel of Microsoft's plea for help in getting customers to dump Windows XP: The lack of a smooth upgrade path to Microsoft's newest operating system, Windows 8.1. "Wait. Wait. Wait just a minute here," wrote someone identified as "nephilim" in a comment added Thursday to a Microsoft blog. "You are suggesting I upgrade people from XP to Windows 8.x? But that's impossible. There is a major problem with [Microsoft's] suggestion. You (Microsoft) have made Windows 8 and 8.1 incapable of upgrading from Windows XP. I simply can't upgrade anyone, including myself, to Windows 8. It's impossible." Nephilim was reacting to a Feb. 7 pitch by Microsoft that asked its technically-adroit customers to help friends and family still running Windows XP ditch the OS in favor of Windows 8.1. Microsoft will deliver the last public patches for the XP on April 8, after which users will be on their own, and -- as security professionals have pointed out -- in the crosshairs of cyber criminals. - See more at: http://www.itnews.com/windows/74993/users-mock-microsoft-asking-their-help-xp-windows-81-upgrades#sthash.cgzu0Hmb.dpuf
 
 
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CPEC will usher in regional economic connectivity and shared prosperity of nations in West and central Asia: Tariq Azim Khan
News Image   OTTAWA, Mar 26 (INP) “23rd march is a day when we renew our commitment to develop the Country in accordance with the principles of justice and equity, the real objective of the creation of Pakistan”, said Tariq Azim Khan, High Commissioner of Pakistan, while paying tribute to the Father of the Nation and other leaders of the freedom movement, at a reception hosted by the High Commission to celebrate Pakistan Day at Ottawa. More
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Al Qaeda leader Qari Yasin involved in attacks on Sri Lankan team, GHQ, Marriot Hotel bombing killed in drone attack: Pentagon
News Image   WASHINGTON, Mar 26 (INP) A US drone strike in eastern Afghanistan on March 19 killed the senior Al-Qaeda military commander Qari Yasin, who has been linked to numerous attacks in Pakistan, the US military confirmed on Saturday. More
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