Which is the Youngest Operating System?
Till date Windows XP is the most pampered operating system from Microsoft. Although, it has crossed a decade and more, still it holds the same charisma as it did at the time of birth in 2001. Windows Vista could not shake the confidence of XP users, while Windows 7 took almost two years to surpass it. The fact is enough to explain the masses’ love for the big one. Overtaken by the love, Microsoft is bound to release successive service packs thereby extending the features and support for new hardware and software technologies and corresponding products. With the latest Service Pack 3, it has brewed up the power of Network Access Protection (NAP) in order to help organizations that use Windows XP to take advantage of new features in the Windows Server 2008 operating system. It also gives space to earlier released Windows XP updates, including security updates, out-of-band releases, and hotfixes. In total it is rumored to hold 1,073 fixes along with various performance improvements. The concern of Windows XP popularity knocked the Microsoft’s cognizance even before the release of Windows 7, and that’s why it had provided the downgrade right to customers with new built PC or laptop. System shipped with Windows 7 Professional or Windows 7 Ultimate editions preinstalled were allowed to downgrade to either Windows XP Professional or similar Windows Vista versions for 18 months, or until the availability of SP1, whichever came sooner. Even more, programs that lost the compatibility in Windows 7 were given a safe abode under Windows XP Compatibility Mode.
With the release Microsoft has pushed out the Windows XP retirement date till April 4, 2014. So, don’t feel outdated even if you’re running your home or business PC or laptop on XP. Also, the product support has been extended through the period, thus, you can stay productive and protected. Microsoft Certified Partner Network will continue to furnish computer technical support for Windows XP on legal ground. Whether you are trapped in installation, activation, update and upgrade related issues or getting frustrated with the fused features, experts’ services are available at your behest and at your comfort through the highly secure Internet connection.
PC repair vendors with license from Microsoft can help you to overcome all sorts of product related issues. They can provide technical support at all levels, including computer setup and installation, software update and upgrade, repair and maintenance, Internet setup and networking, printer setup and configuration, data backup and recovery, virus removal, etc. Vendors are bound to adhere with the service-level-agreement to ascertain the guarantee of the service. Whether you need support for home or business PC, experts are always available on 24/7 basis, to let you experience smooth computing. You can also download security software, driver, PC tune-up utilities and more from their sites. Knowledgebase available on their sites are actually based on practical problems with logical solutions. Take help from the uploaded video tutorials to know how to fix computer issues with Windows XP-based machine.
Their PC help blog posts, antivirus reviews, virus alerts and other services are quite intriguing. Thus, you can also stay aware with the development going into the fast-pace IT world.
Kellymarion - About Author:
As a senior computer technical support engineer at Techvedic, the author offers out-of-the-box PC help service remote support to global customers for issues related to hardware and software. Moreover, he has a passion to write articles and blogs related to computer support, so as to empower consumers to fix computer problems on their own.
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