Originally Posted by Neil S
Borland still exists? *nostalgia*
Yes the company exists but it doesn't own C++ Builder anymore. They sold it to a company called Embarcadero.
To OP, I've most of my software development work in C++ for the last 10 years or so. Of course it depends on what kind of Windows apps you're writing but really the big thing with Windows apps is utilizing the .NET framework. I'm sure Embarcadero supports .NET with their C++ compiler. But really you're fighting an uphill battle as in my view as Microsoft really doesn't support C++ all that well.