Support Ending for Windows XP

Windows XP End of Support. What does this mean for me?
April 8, 2014, marks the End of Support for Windows XP and Office 2003. We’re sure you have questions. Microsoft has provided some information for you below.

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Information From Microsoft about Windows XP
What does “End of Support” actually mean?
After April 8, 2014, there will be no more updates or support for Windows XP and Office 2003. These products were released over 10 years ago, and have had free updates over that decade. We will no longer continue to release these updates, but even if we did, these products were designed for a different era of technology and are now impractical for a modern business. Along with that, the opportunities technology offers your business have changed—for the better! Newer products are designed to take advantage of the massive growth of the Internet and mobility to offer great new ways to work, reach more customers, and grow faster. It’s this combination of risk and opportunity that make it the right time to move off Windows XP. (Click here for more information about end of support for Windows XP, Office 2003 and Exchange 2003)