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Three workarounds for running Windows XP as a limited user

ComputerWorld: The other day I spent time removing a virus from a Windows XP computer. I hate doing this, it's such a huge waste of time, both mine and the clients. Computer users have better things to do. Not to mention the fact that no one can ever be sure that a malware infection is completely removed.

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Windows XP and Vista Support Dropped From Steam Starting January 1st

Steam is shifting gears and will drop support for Windows XP and Windows Vista starting January 1st.

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twistedvoxel.com
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Apple to suspend iTunes Store support for “obsolete” first-gen Apple TV

A support document from Apple drives another nail in the coffin for the original Apple TV, first introduced in 2007. On May 25, 2018, first-generation Apple TV devices will no longer be able to connect to the iTunes Store due to new security changes to be implemented by Apple. In addition to first-gen Apple TVs, any PCs running Windows XP or Windows Vista will also lose access to the most recent version of iTunes.

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arstechnica.com
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Microsoft patches Windows XP to stop foreign hack attacks

Microsoft is trying to protect obsolete PCs from new "WannaCrypt"-type threats.

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engadget.com
KingPin2360d ago

no reason for anyone to still be on xp.
theres windows 7 and 10 that function just as well as xp does, is more up to date and much more secure with the same ease of use as xp.