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As Windows XP comes to the end of its natural life on 8 April 2014, thousands of applications that run under the old operating system will need to be upgraded for a move to Windows 7 or 8.
The majority of commercial applications are available in newer versions of the Windows operating system, and users simply need to stay current. However, some businesses may find that they are unable to do so for various reasons, perhaps because they have been developed in-house, or are one of the few commercial applications that don’t have an upgrade path to Windows 7 or 8.
In these instances, what are the options when it comes to applications that can’t be upgraded? How can businesses overcome issues associated with legacy apps when upgrading the rest of their applications to Windows 8?