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London’s Metropolitan Police are still using Windows XP PCs

Our police force no longer looks like the picture above, but the might as well, as they still use an operating system which dates from that era.  As of June 2017 the London Metropolitan police service was still using 18,000 Windows XP PCs, and to date they have not managed to upgrade all of them […] Read More: London’s Metropolitan Police are still using Windows XP PCs

Dell XPS 13 (9370) laptop giveaway! Enter at Windows Central!

Dell has finally redesigned the XPS 13 for 2018, and it's gorgeous! See for yourself when you win one in our giveaway! Dell completely rebuilt the XPS 13 for 2018 and beyond. There are new port changes, updated Intel processors, improved displays, and we finally get Windows Hello infrared (IR) facial recognition. Show More Summary

Dell's new XPS 15 is a powerhouse 2-in-1 with a keyboard floating on magnets

Dell is showing off a variety of new computers at CES 2018, and hot on the heels of its revamped Dell XPS 13 comes the larger, more powerful Dell XPS 15. As well as seriously upgraded internals, the Windows 2-in-1 brings with it a "maglev"...Show More Summary

Dell XPS 13 9360 vs. Surface Laptop: Which laptop should you buy?

Microsoft's Surface Laptop and Dell's XPS 13 9360 are both outstanding Ultrabooks, but which one works better for you? It's no secret here at Windows Central how much we love both Microsoft's Surface Laptop and Dell's XPS 13 9360. They're...Show More Summary

Dell’s new XPS 13 is even smaller and goes all-in on USB-C

Dell’s XPS 13 is arguably the best traditional Windows laptop around, but it’s gotten a bit aesthetically stale in recent years as the design has hardly changed since 2015. While 2018’s model doesn’t radically change the formula, a new white-and-rose-gold colorway and even smaller frame is welcome change of pace. Show More Summary

The Dell XPS 13 is a Windows workhorse (video review)

People have been asking me to review the Dell XPS 13 for as long as I've been looking at laptops. So when Dell offered to loan me the latest version of its nearly bezel-less notebook, equipped with the newest eighth-generation Intel Core i7, I jumped at the chance. Show More Summary

ATMs running Windows XP can be hacked using “Sticky Keys”

Microsoft didn’t had a great year with Wannacry hacks exposing the vulnerabilities of old Operating Systems like Windows XP which are not supported by the company. Now another vulnerability has been discovered by a Russian Employee.Show More Summary

What Is Microsoft XPS Document Writer and How Do I Remove It?

Have you ever seen an OXPS file on your Windows PC? Most likely you’ve seen the Microsoft XPS Document Writer functionality when printing documents in Windows. OpenXPS, or Open XML Paper Specification, is a file format created by Microsoft. Show More Summary

[Download] BlueStacks app for Widnows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 and XP

The BlueStacks player has been popular because it allows Android apps to run on computers (Windows or macOS). The free of charge app has been released in 2011 and for a $2 subscription, it also features a premium option. The premium option offers faster gameplay and premium support and deals. Show More Summary

Location of the Microsoft Windows XP Default Wallpaper in Sonoma, California

In January 1998, National Geographic photographer Charles O'Rear was driving down Highway 121 through Napa Valley to see his girlfriend in San Francisco just as he’d done plenty of times before. But this time the view caught his eye....Show More Summary

NVIDIA GPUs are 'Star Wars' merch now

It's easy to find flashy video cards that look good through a case window, but NVIDIA may have just kicked things up a notch. It's releasing two Star Wars-themed GeForce Titan Xp Collector's Edition GPUs that are very nearly art pieces, if also a classic example of arbitrary movie tie-ins. Show More Summary

The Best Windows XP Software That Still Works

Are you still hanging onto Windows XP years after it stopped receiving updates? If so, you’ve probably noticed that major software is also dropping support for the archaic operating system (OS). If you need to use XP for work or another purpose, it’s important to make sure you’re using the best software possible. Show More Summary

No, The Famous Windows XP Hill Is Not On Fire

As you may have heard, California is recovering after a rash of deadly wildfires that forced a state of emergency in Los Angeles County last month and killed dozens up north. But with tragedy comes hoaxes. And though a jaw-dropping image...Show More Summary

No, the Windows XP 'Bliss' hill didn't burn down in the NorCal wildfires

One of the more persuasive stories was a convincing photo comparison that claimed the notorious Microsoft XP "Bliss" hill had burned down in the North Bay fires.

Maybe the Dumbest Two Paragraphs About the Mac I’ve Ever Read

Steven Max Patterson, writing for Network World: In 2007, the Mac was on life support. Consumers and companies bought Windows XP and Vista machines instead of Macs. The Mac had been very proprietary up until then. The hardware platform was based on the Motorola 6800 family, which came in third behind Intel and AMD and the PowerPC. Show More Summary

Windows XP users: Your last supported refuge in Firefox ends in 2018, says Mozilla

Mozilla announces end of life for the extended support version of Firefox for Windows XP and Vista.

Mozilla to end Firefox support for Windows XP and Vista in June 2018

4 months agoTechnology :

Mozilla, maker of the Firefox web browser, announced today that Firefox support for Windows XP and Windows Vista will be ended in June 2018. Mozilla moved Windows XP and Windows Vista users of Firefox to the web browser's ESR channel during the release of Firefox 53. Show More Summary

Mozilla will completely drop Firefox for Windows XP and Vista in June 2018

4 months agoTechnology : Venture Beat

Mozilla today announced that it will completely drop support for Firefox on Windows XP and Windows Vista in June 2018. Firefox users on those two platforms can expect security updates until then, but they should make an effort to upgrade Windows sooner rather than later. When Mozilla released Firefox 53 in April 2017, it no […]

Use SiteVerify to verify links

4 months agoTechnology :

SiteVerify is a free program for Windows to scan links and images to find out whether they are broken or work correctly. The application is compatible with all versions of Microsoft Windows starting with Windows XP. It supports both client and server versions, and requires the Microsoft.Net Framework. Show More Summary

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