What happens if you continue to use Windows XP after support ends in April?
delia25 10 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? It’s over 10 years old, wouldn’t all of the vulnerabilities have been found and patched by now?
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