The Coming Windows XP Apocalypse
The clock is ticking. In April 2014, just 8 months from now, Microsoft will finally stop supporting Windows XP, an OS that was released 12 years and three major Windows releases ago. But here?s a sobering statistic that should give anyone pause: Despite ...
Kim Komando: Windows XP's death is coming in April
Now, you might hear there?s a slim chance Microsoft could continue releasing security updates for Windows XP. It is under contract to some companies to provide them for the next few years. ? However, that?s a paid option, and I wouldn?t ...
How to migrate Windows XP Mode to Windows 8
Furthermore, the upgrade process gives you no warning that these features will be removed. Windows XP Mode is trickier to deal with than most. As you're no-longer running Windows 7 Professional, you won't be able to download and install it. Here's how to ...
Dead OS Walking: XP Has One Year of Support Left
The Windows XP launch was notable for many reasons. It was held in New York City less than two months after 9/11, which of course cast a pall over the proceedings?which I?m told were significantly scaled back because of the tragedy. The launch event wa ...
Windows XP's death is quickly approaching
Microsoft has done the same with Windows 95, 98 and Me. Vista's end of life is April 11, 2017 and Windows 7's is January 14 ... In spite of a major overhaul with Service Pack 3, XP just wasn't built for the modern digital age.