5 Leisure Stocks To Watch In The Stock Market Today

Leisure Stocks To Check Out In The Stock Market This Week

Leisure stocks, especially those involving outdoor activities and travel, have had a rough run during the pandemic. With the economy heating up and the resumption of international travel, could now be a good time to put up a list of top leisure stocks to buy? For one thing, the leisure industry remains a key industry in the world today. Given the stressors of the pandemic coupled with day-to-day life, consumers would be eager to unwind and spend more on their leisure needs. 

Of course, you might argue that the current tension between Russia and Ukraine may have dampened investors’ confidence in the market. Yet, many investors do not seem to buy into the possibility that the war will drag until the summer months. And the relative discounts against their peaks could be some of the reasons why investors

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Windows XP Is the Third Most Popular Operating System in the World

Bill Gates Windows XP

Microsoft cofounder Bill Gates.


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People still haven’t learnt their lesson when it comes to running Windows XP, it seems.

Attackers took advantage of a known, major flaw in Windows XP to launch a cyberattack which is still causing chaos globally.

But the operating system still runs on many PCs around the world, even though Microsoft stopped providing security support on April 8, 2014. 

According to statistics from Net Applications, it’s actually the third most popular operating system globally, with 7.04% market share.

That means an out-of-date, unsupported operating system is more popular than any version of Windows 8, any version of Mac OS X, and Linux.

Windows 7 and Windows 10 are more popular than XP, with around 49% and 26% market share respectively.

Here are the top five most popular operating systems, according to Net Applications:

  • Windows 7: 48.5%
  • Windows 10: 26.28%
  • Windows XP: 7.04%
  • Windows 8.1:
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Live Fun Travel | Adventure Travel Blog – Following in the Footsteps of Darwin Visiting the Galapagos

We have always wanted to follow in the footsteps of Charles Darwin and explore the Galapagos Islands.  A place where pirates used to hang out and strange and incredible wildlife live.  What we found was even more surprising and interesting.  The human history of the Galapagos is just as compelling as the animal history.  These islands are filled with surprises.   Even before leaving for the Galapagos, we had many surprises.  The biggest surprise is that though everyone has heard of the Galapagos, they didn’t exactly know where the islands are located.  They lie approximately 600 miles off of the coast of Ecuador in the Pacific Ocean.  The second surprise is that most of our friends and family did not realize that there were towns and villages in the Galapagos and are inhabited year-round, and that you can fly into the islands. There are actually a number of small, inhabited villages

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Karnivool reschedule The Regeneration tour to early 2023

Australian prog rockers Karnivool have once again rescheduled their European The Regeneration Tour to January and February 2023. it’s the second time the Perth quintet have moved the dates of their Regeneration tour, from 2021 to May 2022, and now from May to early next year.

“Having already rescheduled our European shows once, we have tried every which way to make them happen this year, but we are in the unavoidable position where we must move The Regeneration Tour – again,” the band state. “We could put out some lame excuse but that would be a disservice to all of you and to everyone who has tried so hard to make it happen.

“So here is the reality for a band from Perth, Western Australia: touring internationally is a risky business especially for artists who don’t want to compromise their show and we have always accepted that, but for us

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