Last week, we asked our experts to offer advice to PC users dealing with the Windows XP EOL. Dave at PCTechBytes picks up on that idea.
In this episode of The Observed Tech podcast, the final year of XP official support is discussed along with a deep dive into the shocking PC sales numbers released last week.
Windows XP, at the time of this writing, has a large install base, but no one has stepped up to support this market as it is getting smaller. Should you keep using it?
Steps to troubleshoot and resolve complex XP issues and avoid a full reinstall.
Tips to help you improve Windows 7 (or any version of Windows) stability.
We will see how to use local users and groups on a Windows XP machine. Local users and groups manages users and groups of users for your computer. You can create new users and groups, add or remove users to groups, reset passwords, and also disable user accounts.
If you are installing Windows XP after your machine has already had Windows Vista or Windows Seven, you will most likely get the “No hard disk error”. Many people still love Windows XP and just cannot get used to the newer operating systems from Microsoft.