Microsoft Extends XP Malware Updates One Year By Tom Spring

The above headline is from:
www.crn.com/news

Microsoft antimalware support is extended to enterprise XP customers running System Center Endpoint Protection, Forefront Client Security, Forefront Endpoint Protection and Windows Intune. XP antimalware support for consumers is extended to users running Microsoft Security Essentials. Microsoft partners said the move by Microsoft is an acknowledgment that its customers need more time to migrate off of Windows XP. But partners add, extended XP antimalware support offers little security comfort to XP customers after the April shutoff date. According to Net Applications, in December, Microsoft’s Windows XP operating system still runs on 29 percent of PCs.

That is way to go, Microsoft.

 

 

 

CES 2014: Automobiles and Bluetooth.

The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas has littleĀ  for Personal Computer Users. It is all about Automobiles, Bluetooth and Gadgets.If you were hoping to see a really new, cool desktop or laptop computer, too bad. Not thee. Except Toshiba. But they only had a prototype.

But to tell the truth, I didn’t go to Las Vegas. Instead I stayed at home and him reading what other people say went on at the Consumer Electronics Show 2014.
As for the Bluetooth news, I have a piece I placed on another website and you can find it by going to the box above that says Bluetooth News.
Now about the automobile stuff. It dominates the show. No joke. The automobile makers really put on an impressive factual you can find lots of sites that are raving about this by just doing a search on the keywords” CES automotive” and finds several good ones including this one:
CES 2014: Auto roundup

Take a look. Great stuff!