SAN JOSE, Calif.--Windows XP will help pull the PC market out of its tailspin in 2002, as the new operating system will give consumers plenty of reasons to upgrade, according to one of Microsoft's key executives.
The timing is incredibly good for the PC industry right now, Jim Allchin, group vice president at Microsoft, said during a speech at the Intel Developer Forum on Tuesday. We should have a very good next year, and when I say we, I mean the industry.
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