[Goodbye Windows XP]
In short, if you're 'still' running Windows XP (for whatever reason), please be advised, as per Microsoft, that system will soon be DEAD and no longer supported.
[What to do?]
~ Choice A ~
Keep Paying for Microsoft and use their Software (Windows 7 or Windows 8) and suffer from tons of problems:
1- Blue Screen Of Death (BSOD)
3- Viruses, Spywares, etc
4- Non-Stable system (breakable often)
5- Not Secure (any beginner hacker can hack it)
6- Do I really have to carry on?
~ Choice B ~
Keep Calm and Switch to Linux!
1- Super Fast (you don't need to upgrade your hardware - have 512MB RAM? no problem!)
2- Super Secure (NASA, Google, Facebook, etc ... are using Linux on their Servers for a reason)
3- Super Stable (install it once, you don't ever need to format it)
4- Full Freedom (you have many User Interfaces, Programs, etc)
5- Highly Customizable
6- You do NOT need any Anti-Virus Program (Linux system structure is different and no command to be executed without the user's permission)
7- No more browsing the internet to install any application, you can do that within your system without visiting any website.
8- Free and Open Source Operating System
9- Community Based and World Wide Supported (there are so many people can help you with zero cost)
10- Can always enjoy the very latest software (system and/or programs) - unlike Windows XP, it is more than 12 years old now
11- Linux is being used to backup/save files of broken Windows PC/Laptop
12- Unlike what many people think, it is very and I mean VERY easy to use
Do I have to carry on?
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