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Windows XP SP2 And Windows 2000 Coming To An End

TechRadar writes: "Microsoft is urging people who are still on Windows 2000 and Windows XP service pack 2 to upgrade, with support for two of Microsoft's most popular products coming to an end on 13 July 2010.

Microsoft is keen to point out that it will not be offering security updates of non-security hotfixes for either XP SP2 or Windows 2000, and for users of the latter software there will also be no assisted support.

The XP SP2 support withdrawal comes two years after the release of Service Pack 3, as per Microsoft's normal support life-cycle."

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brennton5003d ago

Yeah, people need to start moving onto Windows 7!

Serg5002d ago

This is not gonna be pretty, I remember when MS stopped support for 95/98, people were enraged.


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