Windows Vista is now approaching nine (9) years old and showing its age. Microsoft ended its mainstream support of this operating system in April 2012, and has stated that Windows Vista will reach end-of-life (and end support) in April 2017. Identical to what happened with users of Windows XP, end-of-life means that Microsoft will no longer release security patches to help protect t…
WHAT DOES THIS MEAN TO OUR CUSTOMERS?
Cantrell’s Computer Sales & Service is now certified as a “Microsoft Registered Refurbisher!” The timing couldn’t be better since Microsoft is ending support of Windows XP in about a week. Many of these older Windows XP computers were destined for the metal recyler or landfill. We are now able to refurbish these PC’s and notebook computers that…
Support for Microsoft Windows XP SP3 and Office 2003 Ends
When? April 8th
Microsoft has a Support Lifecycle policy; Windows and Office products receive a minimum of 10 years of support (5 years Mainstream Support and 5 years Extended Support)
Microsoft, along with their hardware and software partners, need to invest their resources toward supporting more recent…