The End of XP Service Pack 3 Draws Nearer

windows_xp_logo_8Microsoft will end full mainstream support Windows XP SP3 on April 14. “Extended” support will be available until April 8, 2014. After that, if you decide to keep XP, you’re on your own without any security patches, etc.

A really helpful technology blog is here to explain. Might be worth RSS or adding to your wordpress blog surfer.

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2 Comments on “The End of XP Service Pack 3 Draws Nearer”

  1. techpaul Says:

    I am currently running the Windows 7 beta (have been for over a month) and I have been very impressed.

    Service Pack 1 went a long way towards making Vista a friendlier and more stable platform (and, device drivers have now been written for most devices) but Windows 7 is what Vista should have been, and is – IMHO – worth the wait.
    Should be here in time for Christmas.

    Thank you for the nice reference to my humble tips & tricks blog.

  2. Michael Says:

    So does this mean I have to break down and learn Vista? Not a big fan!


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