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CBS: computer stores sell half through end Windows XP
The end of support for Windows XP has led computer stores 55 percent more products have been sold than in April 2013. Anyhow goes well this year with sales in these stores.
According to CBS restoring the sale of computer stores in January had already set in and reached a preliminary peak in April, with sales up 55 percent; over the first three months of 2014 amounted to rise more than 20 percent from the same period a year earlier. CBS relates to the discontinuation of support for Windows XP. By the final end of the support for this OS, many consumers would like to replace hardware and software.
However, the price of the product decreases in computer stores; that decline was in April more than 5 percent from a year earlier. Although computer stores the most benefit, also have shops with a focus on consumer electronics, which so often will also sell computers, showed an increase of nearly 14 percent.
It is unclear whether the end of XP for a temporary spike or that it has made a recovery that continues; There are currently no newer figures known than that of AprilViewing:-231
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