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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.
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After a web security firm identified and revealed a zero-day exploit in Internet Explorer over the weekend, Microsoft announced that it is actively investigating the vulnerability and will take “appropriate action” once it completes that investigation.
Boston-based developer and Microsoft Gold Development partner Boost Software recently released what its developers are calling “The Cure for the Common PC.” Their new PC optimization software
Tampa’s leading IT Managed Services Provider for Small Businesses, Shield Watch, proactively protects its Clients by successfully replacing hundreds of Windows XP workstations in time before
Anti-malware protection for Windows XP will remain, despite Microsoft’s support for the operating system ended on April 8, 2014. Orlando, FL (PRWEB) April
2X Software launches 2X LifeCycle Plus for Windows XP, converting your existing Windows XP PCs into safe, cost-effective workstations. Dallas, TX (PRWEB) April
Recent federal rulings could increase the frequency and cost of XP-related data breaches for small IT businesses. CHICAGO, April 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- TechInsurance, the leading online provider
Windows XP finally lost Microsoft’s support on April 8, 2014.
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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