"Windows XP Internet Explorer 8 is unsupported by Microsoft."
INTERNET EXPLORER 8
"Internet Explorer 8 is unsupported by Microsoft so please stop using it but here are a few tips to make Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 little more secure."
"Offline you can alter some setting for Internet Explorer 8 to make it less likely to get hacked."
"Goto Tools, Internet Options, Security and change the Security Level for this zone to High which is appropriate for Websites that might have harmful content which will enable Maximum safeguards with less Secure features are disabled."
"Next goto Privacy and select Block All Cookies which will block all cookies from all Websites. Cookies that are already on the computer cannot be used by Websites."
"If you are still using Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 then make sure you don't use it because Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 is not Supported by Microsoft anymore so you will get NO Security Updates or fixes. This is the same situation for Microsoft Windows XP."
"A much Safer, Faster and more Secure Internet Browser for Windows XP are either Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox because both of these Browsers are stil supported and updated with Windows XP as long as you use Windows XP with Service Pack 3."
"If is true that you can't download Windows Updates using Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox but Microsoft have said that ALL updates have ended so please use a reliable Browser like Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox instead of Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 because it's best to go online with a Supported Browser unlike the Unsupported Microsoft Internet Explorer 8."
"The number one safest thing to do is to stop using Windows XP Internet Explorer 8 when you go online because both Windows XP and Internet Explorer 8 are both unsupported and risk falling victim to virus and trojans. There are two Browsers which will work with Windows XP with Service Pack 3 and they are both Supported and are Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. It is true you can't download Windows Updates with Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox but that doesn't matter anymore because Microsoft will not be doing any new Windows XP updates."