With Windows XP’s nearing its 10-year anniversary.in two weeks, Office 2003 was launched 8 years ago this month. Both these products became the phenomenon among both consumers and enterprise. But world has changed a lot since then, just to show that Windows team posted the above info graphic on influential technology in this decade.
Both Windows team and Office team blogged on their respective blogs to show their current version sales numbers and how they give advantages to the customers when compared to their older counterparts.
The end of extended support for both Office 2003 and Windows XP is coming up in April 2014. Customers should start planning their migration to Office 2010 and Windows 7 now.