Updating windows 2016 to sp4

Windows XP no longer receives support since April 2014, but users who are yet to upgrade have already found several ways to keep their computers patched.

And one such way is the so-called Windows XP Unofficial Service Pack 4, which has recently received a new update with improvements and fresh updates.

We published a blog article on the fix for this issue: now Microsoft had went 1 step further.

Microsoft has done it once again……thank you for securing your OS, but please stop breaking out software installations!

On July 28 2015, Microsoft® announced that Windows 10® is now available for business.

DS SOLIDWORKS released a customer bulletin about compatibility with Windows 10: More information and commentary from our Tech Services Manager: With Microsoft offering Windows 10 as a FREE upgrade, there’s been much more interest in upgrading sooner rather than later.

Keep in mind, however, that even if you install this service pack, your computer won’t be fully protected anymore because some of the vulnerabilities found in Windows XP won’t be patched.

On the other hand, with the criticism going on these days against Windows 10, and with Windows XP running so well on old hardware, it’s not that hard to see why so many people want to use the latter.

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By then, Microsoft and system vendors will have more time to make sure Windows 10 works well for you, when the time comes to upgrade.

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