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Windows XP forums should be archived


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Although some users still use XP, it is officially dead. Using it and promoting its use is a very treacherous action, if GeekstoGo continues to support Windows XP, most people that use the site will stick with Windows XP, thinking they are protected. While it is certainly half-true (We can give them advice, and can remove malware), it is not ideal. Anybody agrees?


Edited by NullPointerException, 14 November 2014 - 08:32 AM.

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Geeks to Go does not promote the use of Windows XP, and we activelypersuade people to update. We cannot, however, force people to do so, and we will continue to provide support the best we can as long as there is still a relatively large user base.


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Geeks to Go does not promote the use of Windows XP, and we activelypersuade people to update. We cannot, however, force people to do so, and we will continue to provide support the best we can as long as there is still a relatively large user base.

Sorry, I didn't get notified.

 

Very well then, I have no problem. But it would still be nice to post a sticky thread reminding them MS has ended their support for it.


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