Windows XP isn't going down easy.
The ten-year-old OS has gradually been shedding users over the past several years but is still hanging onto to its huge chunk of the market.
In April, XP's market share inched down to 46.08 percent from 46.86 percent in March, according to data out today from Net Applications. That followed a roller-coaster ride that saw XP's audience rise and fall slightly each month since last November 2011.
At the same time, Windows 7 continues to grow in popularity. Last month, the current flavor of Windows grabbed a 38.67 … Read more