Windows XP still rule for Steam gamers

Steam (an online service of developer Valve that delivers video games straight to a user's desktop)'s survey is showing that Windows XP is the most popular operating system.

Windows 7 has a grand total of 28.53 percent usage, while Vista has 19.09 percent usage

According to the January hardware survey of Steam, Windows XP, Nvidia's video cards, and Intel's processors are what computer gamers use most

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