Sticking with Windows XP? Read This.
Securing XP PCs after Microsoft drops support
Folks, I know many of you have perfectly functioning older PC’s that you intend to stick with until the wheels fall off (and, many of us have games and programs that will only run on XP). Most know that Microsoft is ending “support” for XP very, very soon.
My advice is to ‘upgrade’ to a Windows 7 (64-bit) machine if you can still find one (online shopping at a manufacturer’s “for business” section is your best bet), or if you must, Windows 8.1. But if this isn’t your plan, please read this article and follow it’s advice, to make your XP as ‘safe’ as possible.
“All good things must come to an end; in less than four months, Microsoft will officially end support for Windows XP.
Here are the steps I’ll take to ensure that my remaining XP machines are as secure as they can be.” Read more..
[Note: Many of the article’s tips can be applied to newer versions of Windows, too.]
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