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Firefox Will End Support For Windows XP & Vista In 2018

10/05/2017, The latest version of Windows is Windows 10, and if you were on older builds of Windows like Windows 7 or Windows 8, there was a period where Microsoft offered users the chance to upgrade for free, which hopefully many of you guys have taken it. However...

Windows Vista Support Has Officially Ended

04/11/2017, Perhaps no other iteration of Windows has created such a bad reputation for itself than Windows Vista. Universally loathed, Microsoft was quick to move on after Vista and didn’t quite look back. However, since it was a major platform release, the...

Windows Vista Support Ends Next Month

03/19/2017, We never really saw a repeat of the Windows Vista from Microsoft. It was perhaps the most criticized operating system that Microsoft ever came out with and it was quick to move on from there and put it all behind. However, since it was an entirely new...

Blizzard Games Will Soon Stop Supporting Windows XP And Vista

02/21/2017, Windows XP and Windows Vista are two of Microsoft’s older operating systems that are surprisingly still being used in some parts of the world. Now if for whatever reason you haven’t upgraded to at least Windows 8.1 yet, you might be interested to...

Firefox On Windows XP & Vista To Be Support Until September 2017

12/23/2016, As it stands both Windows XP and Vista do not have mainstream support from Microsoft. For Vista, extended support is still active until April 11, 2017. By now we would have assumed that many users have switched to at least Windows 7, or ideally Windows...

Windows Vista Support Ends Exactly One Year From Today

04/11/2016, Windows Vista wasn’t the best of creations from Microsoft. When former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer was once asked in an interview what his biggest regret was during his tenure he said that it was Longhorn a.k.a Windows Vista. He referred to it as...

Microsoft Update Disables SafeDisc, Breaks Some Old Games

09/24/2015, If you have some old games lying around in disc format that maybe you’d like to play again in the future, there is a chance that you might not be able to, especially if you’re running a Windows 7, 8, or Vista computer. Why is this? Apparently this is...