If you are still using the OS Windows XPIs if you thought upgrade at a newer version of WindowsConsidering that he was less than a month until Microsoft will close any support used by your system exactly, since April 8 2014, Windows XP will not receive any security updateUsers of this system relying at that time only antivirus installed to protect the Virus and other malware or online attacks.
To ensure that users are kept abreast closing the support for Windows XPMicrosoft has started to display since the March 8 un pop-up warning to remind them that date will not receive security updates for the system.
Also, in that pop-up, which will be displayed every month from now on (most likely to convince users to upgrade to a newer version of Windows), Microsoft also provides a link (Called sec learn more) To a page that offers users information about what constitutes closing the support for Windows XP and in addition, she advises them to upgrade a new operating system or to purchase a New PC (in case of configuration the old one is not compatible with Windows 7 or Windows 8/8.1).
For those interested in upgrade from Windows The XP Windows 7 (You can still buy copies of this system on Amazon or Ebay), Or Windows 8/8.1, If you are wondering which are the dates by which Microsoft will provide support for these systems, you can find this information on official page Windows lifecycle fact sheet (Windows 7 SP1 will be borne by 2020and Windows 8.1 by 2013).
With the conclusion of the support for Windows XP, Microsoft will end support for Office and 2003. Therefore, and users of Office suite must consider upgrading to a newer suite (preferably Office 2010 or Office 2013, Given that Office 2007 will receive Security updates only 3 years, support for this suite ending with one for Windows Vista).
Note: Users who have disabled automatic system updates will not receive notification of closing support for Windows XP (unless they install the respective update, ie KB2934207, manually).
STEALTH SETTINGS - Microsoft to end support for Windows XP on April NOTHING, NOTHING