When Windows XP was released in October 2001 it was available in 25 languages. So as I read a recent article by Tony Bradley of TechRepublic stating that the Windows XP Operating system poses a greater risk than Heartbleed, I wondered how many of those XP users had upgraded their operating system. Continue reading
Microsoft’s deadline for the support of the Microsoft XP Operating System is the month of April 2014. That gives all XP Operating System (OS) users one month to decide what OS they will upgrade to (Windows 7 or Windows 8). Continue reading
Some of you may remember the Post I did about the XP Operating System (O/S). If you’re not sure what OS you have on your PC, you may want to look at that Post. https://tech4boomers.com/2012/07/16/os-what-operating-system/ .
If you are still running the XP Operating System, I suggest you check the information below at your earliest convenience. Then click the link at the end for other details.
- The end of Windows XP Support does not mean your computer will not work; however, new bugs after April 2014 will not be supported.
- Many computers still running XP after April 2014 will be hit with viruses. In addition, the cost to fix the issues will be higher. Experts agree that it is best not to use your computer with the XP Operating System after April 2014.
- Migrating to Windows 7 may not be too hard to navigate. Windows 8 has a harder learning curve.
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