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2 weeks ago
I think we will have all of the PCs in our office upgraded from Windows XP by the time support ends on May 13, but then again, maybe not. What should be...
8 weeks ago
As we approach The End of Windows XP, I am amazed that it is still so widely used, especially by businesses. Why is there so much reluctance to move on to a...
8 weeks ago
If you use XP mode to run old software on Windows 7 machines, will the end of XP support by Microsoft cause any issues?
13 weeks ago
I know that Microsoft will stop support for Windows XP in a couple of months, but are the risk really that great if you continue to use it after that point...
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