The inevitable is now official. AOL's popular media player, Winamp, which people still might fondly remember from their college days back in the 90s, is getting shut down next month. December 20th is the official date, and it has indeed been set in stone now. So for the nostalgic few (or many?), enjoy your last month with Winamp. This doesn't mean that you wouldn't be able to get a copy of Winamp off a software database website, but Winamp.com will go defunct and the program won't receive any further updates.
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