Windows XP support has ended

Discussion in 'spyware news and general information' started by NICK ADSL UK, Jun 11, 2014.

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    NICK ADSL UK Administrator

    May 13, 2003
    Why is this happening?
    Windows XP is 12 years old—that’s pretty old for an operating system.
    In the past 12 years you’ve probably gotten a new phone, maybe a new TV, and possibly even a new car. Maybe it’s time for a new PC too, so you can make sure you have more memory and storage, faster processing speeds, and a higher-quality display (some even come with touch). And they’re less expensive than you might think.
    We support our older operating systems much longer than most other businesses in this industry, but we can’t keep supporting old operating systems and still move forward creating new and better products. We’ve been supporting Windows XP for the past 12 years—that's longer than we've supported any other operating system in our history and already two years longer than the standard ten years of support we normally provide.

    What are my options? We encourage you to learn more here about what end of support means,
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