True , depending how easily your eyes water. Here's a real life example for you. When you go to the GP and sit in the waiting room, there may well be a TV with handy info for staying alive on it , that also calls patients when its their turn. THAT is run on XP . Why you ask? for such an incredibly simple job that could be coded in half a day on W7 / w10 ?
Beats me. Its basicly running a program that talks to the bigger patient system ( called EMIS) and then yells out in the waiting room . So its a 3rd party add on for emis i guess. Anyway the people who made it wont make it work on W7 , but they will sell you their new thing that does exactly the same ,but on win 7. For £2000.
That's not a lot for the NHS , but its the GPs who are paying per waiting room.
If I was in charge id get emis to add that functionality in , given that were paying them billions per year