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#1 malaclyppse


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Posted 06 September 2013 - 04:58 AM

Hello , I decided to join your forum as I feel that computers today are changing very quickly and in particular I find the new opperating systems too bulky and I would prefer to stick with what I have become used to. I have built and repaired my own and friends computers for about sixteen years and owned computers before the pc came along. I just loved to dabble with them and do a bit of programming. I would like to discuss how long windows XP can be used and how well it can be made to fit in with new hardware as it comes along.

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#2 synergy513


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Posted 06 September 2013 - 08:25 AM

Hello and Weclome to BC,


 Windows XP is scheduled to end official support April, 2014. I am sure that most software apps will continue to be published with XP in mind as there are so many users stil happy with it, although Microsoft will no longer issue updates for it.


   Anyway, BC has quite a few Operating Systems technical bulletins and for the PC enthusiast  those topics can be quite stimulating to read.


    Yes, i learned that I too enjoy the challenges of building and repairing different types of PCs. A person knows they  have found the right spot when they get so stimulated by their passion that they can't stop until physically exhausted.


                              Have Fun!

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