Microsoft's switch from Windows XP challenges K-12 schools

05/27/2013 | Columbian (Vancouver, Wash.), The

Education-technology directors have been anticipating that Microsoft would move on from its popular Windows XP operating system -- the primary operating system used in K-12 education -- and the time is coming on April 8. Some Washington state school district officials say replacing the system will be expensive and likely coupled with costly hardware to support it.

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