Sometimes bad news are actually good (VB6 on Win8)

Windows 8 will support VB6 (As this article 6 on 8? Will VB6 be supported on Windows 8? Yep (mostly)! says).

Sometimes the bad news here are actually good, it means we can still be alive for at least 7 years from now (up to 2019), even though the VB6 is kind of old, I guess Microsoft still stuck with it since most of VBA platforms are in VB6 and most of them are actually running entire organizations.
At least this is my opinion.
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