Sunday, January 19, 2014

Microsoft extended of the release of the updates for Security Essentials for Windows XP

According to the corporation after April 8 any kind of support of Windows XP, including antivirus solution Microsoft Security Essentials, will stop completely.

Despite the extension of the release of updates, the program can no longer be downloaded since April this year.

Microsoft has announced its intention to extend the release of updates for its antivirus solutions Security Essentials for Windows XP until April 15, 2015. We remind you that the company will discontinue support for the Windows XP after April 8 this year.


There have been a lot of assumptions lately about the update release. In October last year, representatives of the technology giant reported edition ZDNet, that “corporation does not guarantee the update release for antivirus solutions support for Windows XP after April 8, 2014.” Also, there were rumors that Microsoft will stop the update release, but the company has never claimed this.

XP users can also install anti-virus products of other manufacturers, who will receive information from Microsoft about this OS, at least for one year.



To read the full article, please visit http://itnews2day.com/2014/01/19/install-and-activate-unsupported-windows-xp-after-april-8/

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