Reminder: Windows XP Support ends today
We assume that most of you don’t use Windows XP, but we still have to remind you that support for the operating system ends today, April 8. This means that XP will no longer be properly protected from hackers and malicious software.
Of course, this should not be your only motive for transition to the new version of Windows. Windows XP operating system no longer receives the latest version of the most important software packages, and even though it will continue to remain fairly protected, it can not be considered an actual platform.
XP in use since 2001 and is one of the most popular operating systems of all time, and Wallpapers that default decorate the desktop OS is one of the most famous images for users from all countries.
Microsoft offers a simplified procedure for the transition to Windows 8.1. Just download the Windows 8.1 Upgrade Assistant and follow the instructions. However, your computer must meet the minimum system requirements: CPU 1 GHz, 1 GB RAM and 16 GB of free space on the hard disk. Minimum working resolution of the monitor should be at least 1024 x 768.