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Microsoft Lifecycle Support

Did you know that Microsoft publishes the Lifecycle dates for all of its products including Windows Home Server? Are you interested in the Support End Dates of your other Microsoft products? Wonder what ever happened to your Fingerprint reader, Microsoft Money, Picture It or XP MCE updates? Check out these links to all of the Microsoft Lifecycle Support dates.

Microsoft Lifecycle Support

Microsoft Lifecycle Support

Microsoft Lifecycle Support

Lifecycle Information for Microsoft Server Products

Remember that these dates can always change or be extended and are subject to change.

Microsoft Lifecycle Support

Microsoft Lifecycle Support

To find additional information on all Microsoft Products click on the link below.

Microsoft Lifecycle Support

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Timothy Daleo
Timothy Daleo is a Project Resource Analyst and Oracle Applications Trainer in Pasadena, California. In addition to financial analysis, Tim has been developing training materials since 2003 and supporting direct projects through various auxiliary databases since 2005.


    • Honestly, the fact that DE was only used in a Home product and not a Business one means that it was bound to die sooner or later. While it was a great concept technology, if it’s not worthy of server-oriented tasks or workloads, would you REALLY want to trust it with your data?

      My guess is that DE works just ok for home users but Microsoft couldn’t make the assurances to business users to put in in a shipping business product. And I’m sure no business user would stand for the demigrator.exe problem.


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