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Windows Vista has just 30 days to live

14 Mar, 2017 | Technology News | Return|

It is easy to forget, but we all need to keep the software on our computers, tablets, and phones up to date. Two examples of software programs include internet browsers and operating systems. For instance, did you know that Internet Explorer isn't supported anymore? Well you may use it anyway because you like it, but what does that mean exactly? Software that is not being supported anymore means that there will be no more support help and updates (including security) made. Windows Vista is now joining the list. Don't leave your tech products vulnerable. Update!

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