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Obviously, Windows XP has nothing more to offer

7 years ago | 8023 Views

With no support from the manufacturer, Windows XP no longer receives antivirus updates, which provoked an increase in the number of attacks on XP users. According to Avast Company, Windows XP systems are attacked 6 times more often than the devices running under Windows 7. The fact should be underlined that the virus activation period now equals a couple of hours, which is nothing in comparison with up to several weeks some 10 years ago. In addition, the number of Zero-Day Exploits experiences a rapid growth: when an update is released, criminals start conducting their business to develop the malicious code almost immediately, and the mission takes no more than a week on average.

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