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Windows 8.1 Finally Overtakes Windows XP On The Desktop

07/01/2015, We suppose out of all the Windows versions that have been released in the past decade or so, Windows XP and Windows 7 are probably some of the favorites. Windows Vista kind of bombed and Windows 8 was met with a rather chilly reception to, no thanks to...

US Navy’s Warfare Systems Still Run On Windows XP

06/23/2015, Hopefully by now all you guys who are running Windows XP have upgraded to at least Windows 7 or newer. For those unfamiliar, Microsoft has officially ended their support of Windows XP which means that in the future if there are attacks designed to exploit...

Guy Gets Windows XP Running On Android Wear Smartwatch

05/24/2015, There is no limit to which people will not go to tinker with their gadgets and that’s not a bad thing because we then get to see what the devices we use on a daily basis are really capable of instead of just sticking to what they’re advertised...

How To Start Windows Safe Mode (XP, Win 7, Win 8)

04/30/2015, For Troubleshooting problems, Windows Safe mode is quite essential. Although, most of the problems can easily be solved in normal mode, but still there are some sticky ones that won’t go away that easily. In safe mode, minimum programs and drivers are...

Fukushima Nuke Plant’s PCs Still Run On Windows XP

04/23/2015, I am quite sure that just about everyone knows of the nuclear disaster over at Fukushima, Japan. Well, here is an interesting snippet – it looks as though the Tokyo Electric Power Company (otherwise known as TEPCO in short), who happens to be the...

Chrome Support For Windows XP Extended

04/16/2015, Previously it was planned to phase out support for Google Chrome on Windows XP by May 2015 but the Chrome team has had a change of heart. It announced today that people who use Chrome on Windows XP will keep on receiving updated versions of the browser...

Windows XP Still At No. 2 Spot

04/02/2015, To say that Windows XP is a legend when it comes to Windows operating systems would be an understatement by far and wide. The well aged operating system, despite having official support for it ended already for quite some time now, still holds on to the...

Windows XP Gets Unofficial Service Pack 4

08/27/2014, Windows XP is dead, long live Windows XP. Well, it looks as though there is still some life left in the legs of the Windows XP operating system from Microsoft where updates are concerned, although this time around, it would not be on an official basis....

Microsoft Warns Against Registry Hack For Windows XP Updates

05/27/2014, Yesterday we reported on a registry hack that allows Windows XP to continue receiving software updates from Microsoft. Basically the hack makes a Windows XP system look like Windows Embedded POSReady 2009 which Microsoft will support until April 9th...

Windows XP Updates Enabled By Registry Hack

05/26/2014, It has been over a month since Microsoft officially killed support for Windows XP. One of the most popular iteration of its Windows operating system, XP is over 12 years old and still powers quite a lot of PCs out there. Microsoft has tried a number of...

Microsoft Reminds World Of Non-Existent Support For Windows XP

05/13/2014, Windows XP has been a good and faithful servant, but like all other good things that are out there, they must come to an end, one day or another. On the 1st of May, Microsoft rolled out patches for all versions of Internet Explorer in order to fix a...

Microsoft Will Release Crucial Security Patch For Windows XP

05/01/2014, We’ve covered the end of support for Windows XP in detail. The iconic iteration of Microsoft’s OS has been around for over a decade and still powers over 25 percent of all PCs in the world despite the fact that Microsoft has killed support for...

China Thinks Windows 8 Is ‘Expensive’

04/23/2014, Windows XP has, at long last, arrived at the end of its support life earlier this month, but this does not mean that millions of other machines, homes, and organizations still make use of Windows XP as their operating system of choice. Some of them do not...