Here we are talking about Windows XP to report the last appeal of Microsoft addressed this time to all the institutions scattered around the world who continue "stubbornly" to use the old OS. If it is also well established that many users "domestic" are not going to be upgraded, in that 30% of PCs worldwide that run on this platform obsolete there are many government institutions and banks.
Only a few days ago in fact, Microsoft had emphasized above all in emerging countries like
40% of the banks still works with Windows XP, thus endangering the entire
system-level security. The Redmond
Company obviously recommends that you upgrade to Windows 8/8.1, not only
clearly due to the sale, but also and especially for security issues and
technical support which itself is a different development team.
You will feel confident knowing that your bank using Windows XP?
Rhetoric aside, as we all know XP's days are numbered, April 8, 2014, getting closer and at that point the various institutions, businesses and individuals who need assistance continues, must necessarily make a decision.