Updating to window xp
The malware shutting down everything from hospitals to delivery companies was proof if anything of the extreme consequences of unpatched machines.
Support officially ended for Windows XP in April 2014.
You can download the Missed Features Installer5 -- MFI5 for Windows XP and 2003 now.
Microsoft has stopped providing XP users with security updates, forcing them to either upgrade to another, newer operating system, or gamble with their safety.
If you’re running Windows XP on a network, it’s possible that your network security settings could stop you from using the Windows Update feature.
By Andy Rathbone Upgrading from Windows XP to Windows 7 can be a chore.
This is a 1.2GB ISO file that offers XP users a wealth of "missing" features sorted into categories such as Support, Applications, Games, Multimedia, Power Toys, Downloads, Hidden Options, Tablet PC and Media Center.
View the screenshots below to see some of the features it can add to XP.
Don’t worry though, you can bring XP up to date quickly and easily.Of course, there is a cost attached to not moving on from XP.Potentially in terms of the security threat, but definitely when you take into consideration lack of support for third-party software and peripherals.The workaround makes use of updates for Windows Embedded Industry (formerly known as Windows Embedded POSReady).This is based on Windows XP Service Pack 3, and the security updates which are being released for it are essentially the same ones Microsoft would have pushed out for XP, if it was still doing so. You’ll need to make sure is the proper extension -- so not "txt". Windows will now automatically fetch updates designed for POSReady 2009, ensuring XP remains protected for the foreseeable future.