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Windows XP Retiring

With the age of one of the widest used Operating Systems in the world nearing the teens, Microsoft has  finally decided to stop supporting Windows XP in 2014.

What does this mean? There will be no more updates, therefore it could become a big security vulnerability. Now is  the time to upgrade to Windows 7, which has become the new standard replacement for most XP machines. Windows 7 has better security, more enhanced features, and more software compatibility. Some of you may be concerned about handling  the switch but , ASIS,LLC can help  you every step of the way.  We can come in for a consultation and outfit your whole office with an upgrade in no time.



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