To download and install Opera, visit the Opera website.As of April 8, 2014 Microsoft stopped supporting Windows XP and therefore it is no longer an officially supported platform.Microsoft says, ‘We also know that some of our customers are running versions of Windows that no longer receive mainstream support.
As of August 2017, the last major update to Windows 10 is Windows 10 Version 1703, also known as the .
Updating is completely automatic via Windows Update.
The latest service packs for other versions of Microsoft Windows include Windows Vista SP2, Windows XP SP3, and Windows 2000 SP4.
Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.help_and_support (More info? )Hi, I would like to update my PC (XP Pro SP1) with SP2 pack.
or nothing at all, your system doesn't meet the Firefox system requirements.
The only popular web browser that is still being updated with security patches for older versions of Windows XP is Opera.
Spyware seems to be the number one cause of problems when upgrading to XP SP2.
So, in addition to scanning your computer for viruses, you also need to scan it for spyware. If you have an older version, head on over to download the latest version.
Users may still continue to use Java 8 updates on Windows XP at their own risk, but we can no longer provide complete guarantees for Java on Windows XP, since the OS is no longer being updated by Microsoft.
We strongly recommend that users upgrade to a newer version of Windows that is still supported by Microsoft in order to maintain a stable and secure environment. As noted, users may still continue to use Java 8 on Windows XP at their own risk, but we can no longer provide complete guarantees for Java on Windows XP, since the OS is no longer being updated by Microsoft.
And while you may think your current antivirus software is doing a good job of scanning your computer for and protecting your computer from viruses, over 60% of broadband users aren't running the latest version of their antivirus program. c=us&cs=19&l=en&s=dhs] So, just to be extra safe, before you even THINK about putting that XP SP2 CD-ROM into your CD-ROM drive, let's have Symantec scan your PC for viruses online. [Unfortunately, Symantec's free online virus checker only works in Internet Explorer.] When the page loads, click on the orange Go button. Click on the red Start button under Virus Detection to start the virus scan.