Updating windows on xp


21-May-2017 21:38

The beauty of the two systems being so interlinked is that updates designed for one system should work on the other.

As discovered on Beta News, tricking your home edition of XP into thinking its Windows Embedded POSReady means you get updates for the next five years.

Windows XP customers also run a significant risk of functionality issues with their machines if they install these updates, as they are not tested against Windows XP.

This is a 1.2GB ISO file that offers XP users a wealth of "missing" features sorted into categories such as Support, Applications, Games, Multimedia, Power Toys, Downloads, Hidden Options, Tablet PC and Media Center.Don’t follow these instructions unless you’re sure you’re ready for Windows 7.Microsoft might have dropped support for Windows XP over two years ago, but the operating system remains hugely popular.Don’t worry though, you can bring XP up to date quickly and easily.

A few months ago we wrote about the Missed Features Installer (MFI) for Windows 10, a 1.3GB ISO file which adds a ton of third-party programs to Windows 10, such as Classic Shell, Gadgets 2.0, This PC Tweaker, and the Windows Experience Index Tool.Go to Start, All programs, System tools and run System Restore.Click Create a restore point, click Next, enter a description and click Create.By Andy Rathbone Upgrading from Windows XP to Windows 7 can be a chore.



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