The risks of staying with Windows XP after the end of life



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Operating system, Windows XP. While there are many people who still claim that the operating system is not yet completely dead, there are many important reasons why you need to take a call now to upgrade to a new operating system like Windows 8 or at least Windows 7!

Windows XP End of life risks



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Windows XP reaches end of support 2014 in 5 months. According to Microsoft, the extended support for Windows XP will end from 11 to 8 April 2014. Although Mainstream support ended on February 14, 2009, extended support ends on April 8, 2014, explaining in detail the difference between Mainstream support and extended support. However, Windows Embedded products based on Windows XP have different data for the end of support.

What does this mean for the Windows XP user

Microsoft will stop deploying security patches and updates for Windows XP SP3. The operating system will be dead in the water and, without Microsoft’s support, it will become an open playground for hackers and malware. Microsoft will probably even stop releasing updates to its Microsoft Security Essentials security software running Windows XP. Will other antivirus programs do the same? Who knows if they will accept the challenge of protecting only an unsupported operating system – although some of them said they would continue to support their security software under Windows XP.

Once support is complete, attackers may attempt to reverse security updates to identify other vulnerabilities in Windows XP. The attackers can then have the advantage of knowing very well that the operating code they have developed is not patched by Microsoft. This could even trigger a rush among malware writers and hackers who want to compromise all Windows XP systems. Zero-day exploits could even remain effective for months before some third-party software decides to patch them.

In fact, I would not be surprised if hackers had already accumulated exploits and malware – and had not waited until April 18 to launch their attacks, knowing that Microsoft could no longer fix vulnerabilities after the end of life.

This alone makes it imperative that you now consider upgrading to a new operating system. I’m not here to sell you Microsoft products. You can also switch to a Mac or Linux operating system. The fact is it’s time to give up Windows XP!

Windows XP is like an old shoe, worn, comfortable, comfortable, that no one wants to throw away! Over time, it has been patched, patched and patched to make it what it is today! But it’s time to move on! The past is dead! The future, still not born! Time to live in the present, I say!

Windows XP upgrade time

Windows 8 is 21x more secure than Windows XP. But security is not the only reason Windows XP users should continue. In fact, with an obsolete operating system has its flaws on various aspects of computing. The latest versions of Microsoft Office, Windows Media Player, Internet Explorer and other Microsoft software are not supported.

1] Internet Explorer 11 is only available for Windows 8 and Windows 7, but Microsoft has not provided support for Windows XP or Windows Vista.

2] Microsoft Office 2013 Productivity Suite cannot run on a Windows XP machine. So, if you are using Windows XP, you can only run until Office 2010, which is obviously old again and lacks many new features.

3] The default media player, Windows Media Player t

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