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This new feature is actually pretty convenient for most users, but not everyone wants their operating system updated on Microsoft's schedule.(And it's one of the reasons you might not want to upgrade to Windows 10 just yet.)If you're running a professional version of Windows 10 (Professional, Enterprise or Education), you actually can disable automatic updates using the Group Policy editor.

The facility launched itself automatically to warn of weaknesses in the system (i.e.

Did Windows Vista scare you off updating your PC so much that you let Windows 7 and 8 pass you by?

Well, the time has come for you to move on because full XP support is no more, starting today. governments, for example, paid Microsoft a few million dollars to extend support for a year, The Guardian reported. Well, if any bugs are found after Tuesday, Microsoft won't be fixing them, though it will support antimalware signatures for XP through July 14, 2015. At its recent Build conference, Microsoft lowered the system requirements for Windows 8.1 so more machines can upgrade to the latest OS.

When I look on line for Windows 7, there do not seem to be any versions for upgrade only, they all require a clean installation.

What product do I need to buy and what are the procedures for a simple upgrade from XP to 7?

Microsoft officially withdrew its support for Windows XP on 8 April 2014, after 13 years of loyal service.

This is where were tackle the question “what should I do if I am still running Microsoft XP?

Released globally in October 2001, it quickly became a success, selling over 400 million copies by January 2006.

Its popularity stood the test of the introduction of Windows Vista in early 2007, as it was considered more user friendly and had a higher level of development compatibility than its successor.

Anybody still using XP will be stuck with the OS as it stands on that final day, and you can expect any security vulnerabilities subsequently discovered to be ruthlessly targeted.

Carrying on without support and an increased security risk is an unappealing prospect, so if you don’t have a migration plan, it’s really time you put one together.