How to safely continue using Windows XP? Microsoft officially stopped support for Windows XP starting today (April 9, 2014), if you continue to use Windows XP after support ends, your computer will still work, but it might become more vulnerable to security risks and viruses. How to safely continue using XP? 1, Install all the security patches and updates provided by Microsoft, including applications and UPDATE DRIVERS. 2, Upgrade IE6 browser to IE9 or Chrome and Firefox, both Chrome and Firefox have up-to-date versions for Windows XP. More than half of the problem can be resolved. 3, Choose a security software. There are many free software you can choose. The best hope is that you need to install decent security software to protect against threats. 4, Intranet deployment of anti-virus software, 5, Only enable the necessary system services, unneeded services start with the security policy prohibits. For example, disable java for web browsing. Java has had a bit of a kicking in recent times, with big failures in its security causing a lot of problems, disabling Java for web browsers can increase security 6, You can disable or restrict USB devices, if Windows XP system does not connect to the Internet.
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