Support for Windows XP and Office 2003 ends

On April 8, 2014, Microsoft will end support for the decade-old Windows XP. This means you will no longer receive updates, including security updates, for Windows XP from Microsoft. Support of Microsoft Office 2003 will also be ending on the same date.

Why should I upgrade software?

The security and privacy implications of this event could have significant impacts on your business, so if you’re running either Windows XP or Office 2003 you should plan to take action soon to guard against security risks, software issues, system failure and lack of technical support.

Making the switch is easy

Moving off of Windows XP and Office 2003 couldn’t be easier. With the special offers, migration assistance, and other helpful tools your switch to Windows 8 Pro and the new Office will be a snap.

Buy a Windows 8 device

Do you have a PC running Windows XP that’s more than 3 years old? If so, you’re missing out on the enhanced speed, security, and dependability of today’s modern devices.

Upgrade existing PCs

Looking to upgrade a current PC? The easiest way to upgrade is through volume licensing, which can be purchased from your local Microsoft partner.

Get the new Office

Getting your business and PC modern is not complete without the new Office. The new Office works great across all your devices, with its modernised, clean, and fluid user interface.

Find out more about upgrading to Windows 8 or Office 365 for Education or in the workplace.

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