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The End Of Windows XP - 8th April 2014


With Windows 10 already on the market Microsoft officially stopped providing patches and fixes for Windows XP on 8th April, 2014,

Windows XP D Day has passed - After twelve years of support for Windows XP Microsoft ended mainstream status of XP on 8 April 2014.  XP is now officially dead Upgrade right now or you may lose everthing.  Do not leave it any longer.  Microsoft will continue to support Malware-spotting updates provided by Microsoft's Security Essentials for XP.  These security updates were produced until 14 July 2015 for XP but remember although Security essentials did spot some Malware and Viruses they do not protect you from gaping security holes in the Operating system itself.  Security patches, regular updates and bug fixes for XP ceased on 8 April 2014.  This means your XP security is seriously compromised right now, even with anti virus. You must update your PC today.

Originally launched in 2001, Windows XP is Microsoft's most successful operating system. Once the company had revamped security and hardened the bug-ridden Internet Explorer web browser in 2004, XP evolved into a relatively stable platform with the Service Pack 2 version.

Death of XP


Microsoft tried to convince businesses to refresh their desktop OS with Windows Vista in 2005.  But the negative feedback for Vista did enormous damage to their reputation with constant compatability and performance glitches and  as many had just upgraded to Windows XP SP2 they did want the upheaval of yet another upgrade.  It is estimated that there are still almost 300 million copies of XP running worldwide (in January 2014).  Do not let your PC be left in the dark It is now time to upgrade either with a new PC or an os upgrade.


Windows 7, released in 2009, has been a relatively slow burner for Microsoft, but unlike Vista, feedback from end users has been  favourable many people have already bought into the upgrade path and have migrated successfully from XP to Windows 7 arrange your upgrade with PCFixShop today.


Dont Risk losing Everything! Upgrade Today - Book Your PC Ugrade to Windows 7/10 with PCFixShop


Contact PCFixShop today and get your PC upgraded to Windows 7 or 10 - If Your PC is five years old or less Most PC's can be upgraded to Windows 7 with no hardware change.  Some might require a little extra memory or maybe a videocard upgrade for Windows 10 but most can be upgraded to newer Windows relatively cheaply.


XP Is Dead! - Dont Leave it any Longer - Upgrade Now!


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