Well, looks like the NHS are still using at least 9000 of them and probably masses of machines still using Win95. Now the latter issue may well be that a fair bit of the medical kit can't/ hasn't had software updates for the later O/S's, but that (in my opinion) raises the issue why MS, can't produce an O/S that's capable offering users the ability of still using 'out of date' drivers and software. https://www.independent.co.uk/news/...-newcastle-surrey-sussex-health-a8443006.html Is this because MS gets it's newest programmers are too 'Geeky' and just don't want to integrate what the previous O/S used, because they think what they come up with is 'better'? After all, I can use pretty-well any keyboard with any O/S, so why can't the same thing apply to the Inputs & Outputs of other devices? I've never heard a valid reason why these can't be put through some form of 'converter' which then feeds that into the 'new' ones. Laziness? the urge to flog newer hardware? I've got a Dye-Sub printer which is incapable of running because my PC uses a newer O/S and it's manufacturer, is still only providing drivers for older than Win 10 machines, on the machines they are currently selling / manufacturing!