Just need to add a few more points to this thread, since it is linked from the main page, and the text I had is no longer there:
The purpose of Winworld is to preserve historical software that might otherwise disappear from the face of the earth, and act as an online museum so that others may learn about the past.
Windows XP is not rare or in danger of disappearing. Therefore it does not need to be here.
For those in urgent need of Windows XP, we recommend this fine web site: http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R4 ... acat=58058
Microsoft still supports various incarnations of this software. The Point of Sale edition is supported until 2019. If they want, Microsoft may even choose to extend that support. Some individual companies or organizations may have extended support contracts for Windows XP.
Continued availability of Windows XP competes with newer Windows product sales - Microsoft wants you to buy Windows 10.
Continued availability of Windows XP also competes with other products - Dell really wants you to buy a new computer with Windows 10.
Percent usage is completely irrelevant.
The most important thing, above all else, is that Microsoft has asserted their copyright status regarding Windows XP. WinWorld respects this and therefore simply will not host Windows XP. No "if"s, "and"s, or "but"s.
This is not even really WinWorld's choice. - If Winworld posts Windows XP and ignores Microsoft, Microsoft will just send another DMCA and potentially have the site shut down. Anyone who requests Windows XP is essentially requesting for WinWorld to shut down!
You really don't like this? Get Staya Nadella on the phone. :p
Anyone who can not comprehend this fairly simple situation and requests/uploads Windows XP or later is not intelligent enough to be a member of Winworld, and may be immediately banned.