Windows XP: The zombie OS ‘lives’ on

Two years. That is how long it’s been since Microsoft abandoned its record-beating operating system, Windows XP. Despite the fact that during all this time there haven’t been any security updates or patches rolled out for its users (with some industrial solutions being the exception), the system still runs on almost every tenth computer worldwide. … More Windows XP: The zombie OS ‘lives’ on

20,000 NHS Wales PCs still running Windows XP from beyond the grave

Windows XP, as regular readers of We Live Security will know, was supposed to have breathed its last on April 8th 2014, when Microsoft stopped supporting it. It’s not as though Windows XP’s death should have come as a shock. Microsoft has been warning of its end-of-support, and the need to upgrade to a safer … More 20,000 NHS Wales PCs still running Windows XP from beyond the grave

5 Tips for protecting Windows XP machines after April 8, 2014

Microsoft will cease providing security updates for this operating system on April 8, 2014. Microsoft will release its final security updates for Windows XP, and stop providing support and fixes for it. The operating system will still function the same way it has, and all old updates and fixes will still be available, but regular … More 5 Tips for protecting Windows XP machines after April 8, 2014