(see also: lomba burung)
However , the Dutch and the British government hastily agreed with Microsoft last week , in order to keep the operating system support . The second request that the government is not without reason , many governments devices they are still using Windows XP .
Launch Arc Technica , Tuesday, April 8, 2014 , two governments were willing to pay to Microsoft for this purpose . The British government spent U.S. $ 9.1 million or Rp102 , 2 billion that Microsoft still supports Windows XP , Office 2003 , and Exchange 2003 . Devices known to the UK public sector is still using the operating system .
Meanwhile , the Dutch government poured several million euros , or about the billions of dollars that 30 thousand computers running Windows XP still has the support of Microsoft .
Commercial Director of Information Technology and Telecommunications Trade UK Government Funding Agency ( CCS ) , pages cited Computerweekly , said the contract has saved at least 20 million euros, equivalent to Rp375 , 4 billion .
This value , Hurrell said , can not be met by any organization if asked to pay separately .
" So , this allows us to have continuity of public sector organizations that are eligible as those who migrate to another operating system , " he said .
Meanwhile , the Dutch pages , Dutchnews , reported throughout the Dutch government , is scheduled to switch to the newest operating system in January next year . Currently , two of the five local councils in the Netherlands are still using Windows XP and the agreement has not covered it .
(see also: lomba burung piala presiden)
The value of the deal is very small compared to the U.S. government also pays to get the same support to hundreds of thousands of computing systems running Windows XP .
Today, computers in many hospitals in the United States recorded still using Windows XP , for instance on the workstation and device health .