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Farewell, Old Friend
This month marks the end of an era. Effective April 8, 2014 -
That doesn't mean that Windows XP is totally dead. It will continue to run just fine-
But cyber criminals see this news as an open invitation to exploit older PCs. If your Windows XP workstation has access to the internet, hackers consider it a vulnerable gateway to your confidential files. Sooner or later, they'll discover a new chink in Windows XP's armor-
Smart IT administrators realize this. So even if you love your XP computer, it's time to come to grips with the reality that the era of XP is over. Like it or not: prepare to move on.
"But you say, "what about my old custom software application? It won't run on new computers."
If your favorite custom software program won't launch on newer operating systems, what choices do you have? Here are a few suggestions:
* Research whether a commercial, off-
* If you can't find anything out there that meets your company's specific needs, get quotes from several software developers. Find out how much they'll charge to upgrade your software. I'd suggest making your decision based on several factors-
* If you decide that you simply can't make any changes right now, you can probably limp by using a virtual machine application, which lets you to run a Windows XP session on newer equipment. If you decide to go this route, be sure to test the configuration. Typically, we've seen that printing reports and documents from a virtual XP environment can be problematic.
Windows XP was a solid, user-