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Only versions pre-Windows 8 affected.
Closes in January 2019.
Warns of 'nation-state' risks.
Not much hope for other OSes, though.
Microsoft displeased with the NSA.
No more WoW for XPers.
Upgrade now for security updates.
No more extended support payments.
Pushes deadline to year end.
Another five years of updates unlocked.
The operating system that just won't die.
The rest of you need merely wait.
Windows XP flaw not so lucky.
Exclusions, naturally, apply.
Critical update breaks third-party tools.
Not a terribly generous offer, mind.
Support stops this time next year.
Microsoft's plans for Windows 8 upgrades have been leaked ahead of schedule.
A Microsoft-commissioned survey claims to reveal the hidden costs of staying on the outdated Windows XP OS.
After two years in development, we discuss the Eee Keyboard with Asus' Engineers.
Microsoft has extended the option to downgrade Windows 7 to earlier versions past the release of SP1.
Sketchy presentation slides show direction for Microsoft's next juggernaut
Tuesday is set to bring a whopping 13 patches for Microsoft Windows and Office products, eleven of which are marked Critical - and which fix twenty-six bugs in total.
June 13 2019 | 09:59
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