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Microsoft XP's "D-Day" last month affected millions of people worldwide.
Boston-based software developer started selling their DriverBoost program years ago to help computer owners manage their hardware.
After 12 years, support for Windows XP ended on April 8. Richmond, TX (PRWEB) May 21, 2014 Those with an XP computer were in for a rude awakening on
Windows users will now be able to clone their existing C: Drive and convert it into a virtual machine with Robolinux's C: Drive to VM Support Package CARMEL, Calif., May 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/
BEIJING, May 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Windows XP has been "retired" for a month since Microsoft ended support of the operating system on April 8(th) 2014.
DynaSis, Atlanta’s premier provider of IT services and support for small and medium businesses (SMBs), today announced it has signed an agreement with recruiting firm Hire Velocity to implement
2X Software, a global leader in virtual desktop and application delivery solutions, announced today that its latest product, 2XLifeCyclePlus, hit the 1000 download units mark last weekend, and
Microsoft issued a fix on Thursday to address a security flaw that left Internet Explorer vulnerable to attack. The fix has been made available as part of the software giant's Automatic Update.
A vulnerability in certain versions of Internet Explorer® was recently disclosed, but no fix is planned.
A new zero-day vulnerability for Internet Explorer has been announced, which Microsoft states will not be fixed for Windows XP.
The Hp Compaq TC1100 is a tablet PC manufactured by Hewlett-Packard (HP) and the successor to the TC1000. This unit was discontinued at the end of 2005, and replaced by the TX1100US and TX1200US. The display of the TC1100 is a 10.4-inch LCD touchscreen. It has a detachable keyboard which can also be used like a lap top or it can be folded over and rested against the back of the tablet. It came with three different CPUs, a 1GHz, 1.1 Ghz, and a 1.2 Ghz. The 1.2 Ghz model had 2 MB L2...
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