Today ends support for Windows XP SP2

    Today, July 13, Microsoft officially ends support for the Windows XP operating system with Service Pack 2 . This means that no security patches will be issued for this operating system.

    All customers who use Windows XP SP2 are invited to install Service Pack 3 , which will be officially supported until April 8, 2014.

    The exception is clients with 64-bit Windows XP, for which SP2 is the latest service pack. Their support will be carried out in the same way as systems with Service Pack 3. However, according to the company , such customers are less than 1%.

    Details on updating and support can be found on the official page .

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