Windows XP has not been supported by Microsoft for 6 months now. The 13 year-old operating system had an impressive run, but those still running it should really consider upgrading.
As you begin to mentally prepare yourself for the commitment you are about to make to your New Years’ resolutions, consider penciling in a few resolutions for your technology while you’re at it!
The latest version of Windows, Windows 8, is void of a start menu that was popular with previous versions of Windows. Many users that now have Windows 8 miss navigating through their computers the way they did with previous versions of Windows.
Windows 8 has now been released for several months and the push for it will only continue. Many users, maybe including yourself, want to continue working with Windows 7. There are a variety of reasons that users would want to stay with Windows 7.
While Microsoft support for Windows 7 in its various forms/versions continues, availability of new Windows 7 computers and upgrades (home to premium) is quickly evaporating.