Windows XP

IT Managers Preparing For The 'ApocalXPe'Support for Microsoft Windows XP ends April 8, leaving anyone using the operating system open to hackers, malware, security breaches and with no technical support, unless you pay big money for it.
Sphinx Technology Urges Windows XP Users to UpgradeWhile Y2K turned out to be a non-event more than 13 years ago, there’s a greater potential for risk, especially among individuals and small businesses, when Microsoft ends its support for Windows XP and Office 2003 in April 2014.