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    Default Windows 7 related exam retirement dates (and others)

    http://www.tomsitpro.com/articles/re...ms,1-2382.html Looks like 70-680 and 685 will be around a bit longer. I posted this because I can never find it on a MS page.
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    I hope so as I want to do the Windows 7 MCSA after I have done the Windows 8.1 MCSA (!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by culpano View Post
    I hope so as I want to do the Windows 7 MCSA after I have done the Windows 8.1 MCSA (!)
    Here's MS's list https://www.microsoft.com/learning/e...ion-exams.aspx
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    Quote Originally Posted by koan View Post
    Well according to that Microsoft are retiring the Windows 8 exams by November 2015?

    Seems a strange thing to do, unless they have completely given up on windows 8.
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    Yeah Win8 wasn't widely adopted. Its not a bad OS, really. Its just that Win7 is so good. "If it ain't broke, don't fix it."
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