Opinion: Good night, and good luck

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After the better part of ten years, Microsoft has at last announced that Windows 98 is no longer supported. As the company's least secure operating system, you might think that most people would be grateful to see the back of it.

But with an estimated 70 million users still running it, the software's demise has been met with howls of despair. Even some securitycommentators have complained, suggesting that Microsoft is actingirresponsibly and letting down its users. Personally, I'll be glad to see the back of it. Windows ...

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