Windows XP Support Has Ended

April 8th, 2014 by TCC Leave a reply »

As of April 8 2014, your XP computer is no longer receiving automatic updates that help protect your personal information. Even if you have anti-virus software, your computer may not be fully secure.

What this means for you

If you continue to use Windows XP without XP support, your computer may still work but will become vulnerable to security risks and viruses.

Why Windows XP support ended

Windows XP is 12 years old. It’s typical to end service for software as it gets older and technology evolves. Most of us have replaced cell phones and even our cars over the last 12 years – now it’s time to replace your Windows XP computer with a new PC. Or you can check to see if your Windows XP computer can run the new Windows. The Computer Company offers a free evaluation to outline your options and are here to support you as you make your next step.

Help protect your personal files

The Computer Company wants to help your personal files, photos, etc. stay secure. To help ensure they stay secure, you’ll need to either upgrade your Windows XP machine to the new Windows (which may not work) or get a new Windows PC. If you get a new Windows PC we’ll help you migrate your files, photos and music

We’re here to help

If you still need answers, Ccontact the Computer Company about the end of Windows XP support. And if you’re concerned about moving your personal files, photos, music and more when you upgrade, we can help you transfer it.

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