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End-of-life is a term used generally in respect to a retailed product -- this means that a vendor will not be doing any, some, or all of the following: marketing, selling, promoting or supporting a particular product.

In the computing field, this has significance in software products. Microsoft is notable for marking Windows 95 for end-of-life. New software written by Microsoft, such as Office XP is notorious for not being supported on Windows 95.

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