On April 8, 2014, Microsoft will officially stop supporting Windows XP. What does this mean for the millions of computers still using XP and what are some options for people that still rely on applications that can only use XP?
This is more like a love story. People love XP and want to use it. Microsoft is playing villain by forcing them to let go of Windows XP. Read on to understand the tactics of Microsoft which could spell doom for the Windows operating system.
Arguably the most popular operating system from Microsoft, XP is still in use on millions of computers. If you’re facing problems or need help with anything, read on…
If you’re planning to dual boot Windows 7 and Windows XP there is no longer any need to worry about editing the boot manager and hoping for the best - the Easy BCD utility does the hard work for you!
Thin clients save a lot of space and offer a secure client for corporate computing, but Windows XP is getting old, making users long for the modern look of the Windows 7 interface. Here we discuss special considerations to make when installing Windows 7 on a thin client.
When it was announced that support for Windows XP Service Pack 2 was ending, many thought Microsoft was trying to destroy Windows XP, and force customers to move on to newer versions of Windows. They are not trying to destroy it, however; they are simply following standard service life procedures.
If you’ve got old software you want to revisit or a need to run a new operating system on your computer, there are two main ways of achieving this - dual booting and virtualization.
Booting the Wrong Version of Windows happens for a couple of different reasons,and fixing this problem is not as easy as it should be. Unfortunately, Windows does not offer a sufficiently accessible tool or shortcut that allows the user to easily configure its double booting option.
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