Wednesday, October 22, 2014   

1.4m PCs running WinXP, computer security watchdog estimates
(04-08 18:50)

The Hong Kong Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Centre, citing data from StatCount (http://gs.statcounter.com), said at the end of last month, that the Windows XP operating system accounted for 17 percent of client OS in the city as of February this year. This was compared with a 26 percent share in March last year.
It was estimated that, "about 1.4 million PCs are still running WinXP. Newer versions of Windows were taking up the share, with Win 7 dominating at 53 percent and Win 8.x catching up at 10 percent.
The center is run by Hong Kong Productivity Council. —The Standard
   
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