Windows XP get all the support from corporate and individual end-users due to its performance and flexibility but how Bad Vista is that even Microsoft gives XP a chance to live virtually in its upcoming new Windows 7?

Due to issues with privacy, security, performance, and product activation, Windows Vista has been the subject of a number of negative assessments and because of its undesirable result to the corporate world, many consider to hold their existing system.

But with the sweet sounding noise of Windows 7 most corporate is in the phase of planning to upgrade their technology.

Ninety percent of businesses are still running XP according to a research conducted by Wipro Product Strategy and Services, and in separate study, Dimensional Research shows that 83 percent will skip Vista and migrate directly to Windows 7.

What Vista did created a big impact to Windows 7 but Microsoft put more effort to furnish the new OS.

Scott Woodgate, director of Desktop Virtualization and Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack (MDOP) at Microsoft announce that a beta release of Windows XP Mode for Windows 7 would be available tomorrow allowing users to install in XP mode which would also available in Windows 7.