Microsoft is putting the final nail in the coffin of its 10-year old – and often maligned – operating system, Windows Vista.After April 11, the U.S. technology giant will end support for Vista, meaning customers will no longer get crucial security or software updates. READ MORE: http://www.cnbc.com/2017/03/16/microsoft-killing-windows-vista-heres-what-you-should-do.html
Yeap, I know all about it. My old HP desktop has Windows Vista. It's no longer safe to use it on-line.Sad, I like Windows Vista. Now need to upgrade my CPU or just buy a new one. Luckily we have 2 laptops with Windows 10.
art keep useing vista just add this https://www.zonealarm.com/software/free-firewall/ its a free easy to use firewall unlike micro's own it can be tweeked as you want and very user friendly and best part its free . i used it with vista for many years with no problems at all.
Art keep using vista just add this https://www.zonealarm.com/software/free-firewall/ its a free easy to use firewall unlike micro's own it can be tweeked as you want and very user friendly and best part its free . i used it with vista for many years with no problems at all.
Hi friend I have also hear the news about Microsoft killing the Windows Vista but didn't find any article anyone know the best article site plz suggestion where to find the best article side where can read Microsoft Killing Windows Vista.
Windows Vista support has endedhttps://support.microsoft.com/en-ph/help/22882/windows-vista-end-of-supportAs of April 11, 2017, Windows Vista customers are no longer receiving new security updates, non-security hotfixes, free or paid assisted support options, or online technical content updates from Microsoft. Microsoft has provided support for Windows Vista for the past 10 years, but the time has come for us, along with our hardware and software partners, to invest our resources towards more recent technologies so that we can continue to deliver great new experiences.What happens if I continue to use Windows Vista? If you continue to use Windows Vista now that support has ended, your computer will still work but it might become more vulnerable to security risks and viruses. Internet Explorer 9 is no longer supported, so if your Windows Vista PC is connected to the Internet and you use Internet Explorer 9 to surf the web, you might be exposing your PC to additional threats. Also, as more software and hardware manufacturers continue to optimize for more recent versions of Windows, you can expect to encounter more apps and devices that do not work with Windows Vista. Microsoft has also stopped providing Microsoft Security Essentials for download on Windows Vista. If you already have Microsoft Security Essentials installed, you'll continue to receive antimalware signature updates for a limited time. However, please note that Microsoft Security Essentials (or any other antivirus software) will have limited effectiveness on PCs that do not have the latest security updates. This means that PCs running Windows Vista will not be secure and will still be at risk for virus and malware.