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"Microsoft Windows XP has had it's final update by Microsoft. If you are still using Windows XP after April 2014 then using Windows XP is at your own risk. So make sure your Anti Virus has been updated and your Browser has been updated too and make sure your Browser is Google Chrome (due to end in 2015) or Mozilla Firefox (has no confirmed end date) but make sure you retire Microsoft Internet Explorer v8 because just like Windows XP Operating System Microsoft Internet Explorer v8 have the same end date of April 2014. Consider upgrading from Windows XP to either Windows 7, Windows 8 or a version of Linux such as Ubuntu which is 100% free."

"If you are going to stay with Windows XP then consider one of these 2 Anti Virus Software such as Kaspersky Internet Security 2014 for Windows XP will continue with Support until 2018 or Webroot Support for Windows XP will be available until at least April 2018."

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These are the Top 2 Anti Virus available for Windows XP.

"Kaspersky Lab Support for Windows XP will continue at least until 2018 for consumer products which we have used over the years for Windows XP and Windows 7 to provide excellent Anti Virus Support as a consumer user for our private computers."

"Webroot Support for Windows XP will be available until at least April 2018."

Other Security things to consider

"You have to make sure that you stop using Microsoft Internet Explorer v8 which is the last Browser Microsoft made for Windows XP."

"Most of the other Anti Virus Suppliers have said that Support for Windows XP will only last until 2015 like Microsoft Security Essentials for Windows XP."

"While we are talking about Browsers let's talk about Microsoft Internet Explorer which yes it is used by 59% of the Internet Users on the Internet as of March 2014 but Internet Explorer v8 is the most popular Browser out of Internet Explorer v11, Internet Explorer v10 and Internet Explorer v9 so you get what i am getting at here. Here is the breakdown Internet Explorer 11 had 12%, Internet Explorer 10 had 10%, Internet Explorer 9 had 9% and Internet Explorer 8 had 22% visitors for Websites."

"If you are still using Windows XP after April 2014 then you need to Upgrade your Anti Virus with one with a decent Firewall."

"There are a wide range of better Browsers such as Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome. These Browsers will be updated with Security Fixes while Microsoft Internet Explorer v8 will be Unsupported."

"As a final bit of advice is to consider what type of websites you usually visit and check them to see if Firefox or Chrome considers them to be a safe website."

"You need to make sure that all of your Computer Drivers and Software (especially for your Anti Virus) are updated on a regular basis with regular full scans."

"WINDOWS XP COMPUTER GETTING UPDATES UNTIL 2019."

"First, open up Notepad by pressing Windows Key + R to open Run and type notepad to get a new Notepad window. Paste the following text:"

"Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00"

"[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\WPA\PosReady]"

"Installed"=dword:00000001"

"Save the file with CTRL + S name it whatever you like, but be sure that it ends in .reg to make it a Registry file. Double-click the new file and confirm adding it to the Registry."

"Now, you can restart the computer to re-enable automatic updates, or open the Start Menu and choose All Programs > Windows Update to check for updates on the web manually. You should find new updates waiting for you, despite XP not receiving any updates since 2014."

"WINDOWS XP COMPUTER GETTING UPDATES UNTIL 2019."

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Conclusion

"It's now past April 2014 and Windows XP is not supported by Microsoft anymore so what now? Read the comments here and make sure you get either Kaspersky Internet Security 2014 for Windows XP will continue with Support until 2018 or Webroot Support for Windows XP will be available until at least April 2018. Use Google Chrome Browser or Mozilla Firefox Browser and make sure you never use Microsoft Internet Explorer v8 ever again and just use Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox instead."

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