Let’s face it, software has a tendency to become obsolete in as little as a year. So, it’s no surprise that, after ten years, Microsoft has decided to pull the plug – officially ending support for Windows XP and Office 2013. As of yesterday, April 8th, 2013, Microsoft has ceased all updates, security patches, and…
With the release of Windows 7, there are many different options to upgrade. In typical Microsoft fashion, there is some complexity to upgrading to Windows 7. This blog will explain the difference between “upgrade eligibility” and “upgrade paths”, and let you know your options based on which version you are currently running.
The following is a quick guide of how to install Windows XP:
Prior to installation, it is a good idea to back up all of your personal files using an external hard drive or a second partition of you main hard drive. A clean installation of Windows XP will completely erase all of your personal files and settings. If you have any questions about moving your files and settings prior to installation, see this file transfer guide from Microsoft.