There’s good news and bad news for lingering Windows XP users that prefer to use Google Chrome to surf the web.
It may have taken five years, but Windows 7 is now powering 50% of all computers. Meanwhile, Windows XP still refuses to die.
Microsoft issued security updates on Tuesday, fixing bugs in Windows, IE, Office & .Net Framework, but a new IE bug under attack leaves XP at risk.
IE users rejoice! Microsoft has released a security update to plug the critical vulnerability affecting all versions of IE — even on Windows XP!
[Updated] New IE Vulnerability Under Attack & It’s The First Bug Affecting Windows XP Since Retirement
Microsoft has issued a warning about a zero-day flaw in IE under attack and it’s the first zero-day affecting Windows XP since support ended.
Windows XP support is ending, but what if you can’t make the switch? We’re sharing Windows XP Security tips for those who can’t upgrade from Windows XP.