End of Support for the Windows* XP Operating System
It’s time for an operating system that keeps up with your business
Chances are, your business is on the move. Though if you’re relying on older PCs, it might not be moving as fast as it could—especially if you’re still running the Windows* XP operating system. When support for Windows* XP software ended in April 2014, you lost crucial security patches and tech support from Microsoft. This means your PCs are highly vulnerable to malware and viruses that can put your sensitive business data at risk.
But even without that added vulnerability, you can also run up major repair bills. If your PCs are beyond 4 years old, they can more than double the time spent on support and repairs, which means lost productivity.1 So your business is losing both time and money.
Modernize your business by upgrading to the latest Intel® Core™ processor-based devices and the Windows® 10 Pro operating system.
The ideal companion to the Windows® 10 Pro operating system is Microsoft* Office 365 software. With a full lineup of cloud-based business services, Microsoft* Office 365 software transforms the way you work. It’s your go-to office—anywhere.
Intel® Core™ processors and Windows® 10 Pro software are available in a range of models designed to meet your unique needs. And if you’re looking to go mobile, the latest devices provide long battery life so that you can be more productive.
Step up to business-class performance and security with the latest Intel® Core™ processors and Windows® 10 Pro software.
The Ageing PC Effect—Exposing the Financial Impact for Small Business, Tech Aisle, May 2013.
Intel® technologies may require enabled hardware, specific software, or services activation. Performance varies depending on system configuration. No computer system can be absolutely secure. Check with your system manufacturer or retailer or learn more at www.intel.com