It shouldn’t be a surprise that this week’s Tech Tuesday segment on WTAM 1100 Newsradio was about Windows 10. The new operating system releases this week, and there’s a lot to be excited about.
While Microsoft support for Windows XP ended on April 8th, there are still some owners who are holding onto their Windows XP systems for a while longer. Either they have a proprietary business app that’s only designed for the older operating system, or they simply don’t want to move onto Windows 8 quite yet, those systems still need protecting in an online world full of malicious software.
For tips on helping keep Windows XP, here’s the Geek Squad guide on what to do if you want to keep Windows XP after support ends.
Eventually, even the most stalwart Windows XP users will need to upgrade as 3rd-party software support wanes and old hardware begins to fail. Fortunately, Microsoft is be making their next operating system more inviting to those users.
Find our more in Meet Windows 10, a Geek Squad UK guide to the features Windows users will most be interested in when it arrives in the latter half of 2015.
Microsoft showed off their upcoming Windows 10 operating system, due sometime mid to late 2015. The return of the Start menu, and better compatibility with 2-in-1 devices were some of the many features announced.
For more, check out Geek Squad UK’s Meet Windows 10 article.