, vesuvius wrote

I wouldn't even venture to suggest that we don't support XP, because I know what the answer will be.

You're not doing your company a service by encouraging them to stay on an OS that is not supported, is less secure and for which new products increasingly don't work on.

The longer you leave it, the harder the upgrade path will be.

That said, I've never upgraded past .NET 2.0 (never seen any features beyond that that I want), so I'm one to talk Smiley