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The Windows XP end of life support deadline has come and gone as of April 8th… now what?
End of support means that software updates for Windows XP will no longer be distributed by Microsoft or its hardware partners. This includes security updates that help protect PCs from viruses, spyware, and other malicious software that can steal or damage personal information. It also includes maintenance updates that improve reliability and performance and ensure that Windows XP works well with other software and hardware.
Microsoft is offering assistance to get you old XP Operating System data updated and all of your data migrated to Windows 7, 8, or 8.1. Microsoft has provided a FREE tool to assist customers with migrating their data from their old outdated PC to a new Windows PC.
Some key features include:
Easy to use
The PCmover Express for Windows XP step-by-step wizard makes setting up a new PC simple. Download the software onto your new PC and old Windows XP computer to transfer your data and files. The wizard takes it from there, helping you along the way.
Select what you transfer
You can easily transfer all or selected folders, user profiles, and settings from your old Windows XP computer to your new PC.* And if you’ve already personalized settings and preferences on your new PC, those won’t be affected when you transfer your data. *The free data transfer will not migrate your apps.
24/7 Free transfer assistance
More information and the download to the data transfer tool can be found at the following site: Link