Last night I wiped XP from the last PC in the house to have it installed - my own PC, I was dual-booting XP & Win7 32bit.
I had XP booting by default unless I chose Win7 within 20 seconds.
I had kept (and used) XP because I had a fairly large work environment arranged on it. All the PCs at work still use XP so
it was handy to install and test software etc at home before running it in the field as it were.
Anyway, now it's gone. I'm running Win7 64bit and so far no probs other than the odd 10mins wasted time looking for a simple
option to do something that's been hidden under layers of crap.
It's made me feel nostalgic. I liked XP for how solid it was. I loved Win98SE and had it tweaked to within an inch of it's life.
But it could be a contrary bitch at the best of times.
Oh well, things change... Sayonara Motherfucker.