We’ve already have shown you where you can download them all, but someone else has taken things a bit further, blending the ...
A new video out this week explores a unique proposition that most modern computers likely haven’t thought of: What if Windows XP got reworked to show off circa-2019 design and functionality elements?
A new video shows off a concept of what Windows XP would look like if updated to fit into 2019. The video is set to dramatic music and showcases features like virtual desktops in a Windows XP shell.
CTF, a little-known Microsoft protocol used by all Windows operating system versions since Windows XP, is insecure and can be exploited with ease. According to Tavis Ormandy, a security researcher ...
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A new study released by Spiceworks, a networking company for the information technology industry, found that one in three companies surveyed are still running at least one Windows XP machine within ...
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So who will buy this one, and for what? Tweens, Heaven help us, to make Slofies! For wide-angle Face ID? Certainly not for the bonus Jennifer Aniston rom-com. Endure that? I'd sooner reinstall Windows ...
It appears that a new security vulnerability has been discovered that affects Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7. This vulnerability, called BlueKeep, is basically a bug found in Microsoft’s ...
The Windows XP operating system can be installed via CD or a USB flash drive with the operating system loaded on it. This article will show you how to install Windows XP on your PC using a flash drive ...
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An official of a local government in Canada with thousands of desktop PCs recently got a shock, according to an industry analyst: Those end-of-support-for-Windows-XP stories should ... apparently, ...
One of them merits particular attention: a bug so bad that Microsoft released a fix for it on Windows XP, an operating system it officially abandoned five years ago. There’s maybe no better sign of a ...
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