In what many would consider overdue, Steam will no longer support the Windows XP and Windows Vista operating systems starting on January 1st 2019.
Apple has announced that starting on May 25th 2018, iTunes will no longer be supported on Windows XP, Vista, and on Apple TV 1st generation. According to Apple this is because of security changes that will prevent Windows XP, Vista, and Apple TV 1st from using certain features of the iTunes store.
Security researchers have discovered a new ATM malware strain named ATMii that targets only ATMs running on Windows 7 and Windows Vista.
Mozilla announced today plans to discontinue any support for the Firefox browser on Windows XP and Vista in June 2018.
The Locky ransomware is back, spreading via a massive wave of spam emails distributed by the Necurs botnet, but the campaign appears to be a half-baked effort because the ransomware is not able to encrypt files on modern Windows OS versions, locking files only on older Windows XP & Vista machines.
A bug in Microsoft's NTFS file system technology allows pranksters to hang or crash computers running Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8.1 just by tricking the user to access a malformed path for a non-existent file.
Mozilla is expected to officially release Firefox 53 later today, but the Firefox 53 installer is already available on Mozilla's FTP servers, just in case some users can't wait to get their hands on the new release.
We're almost two weeks away from Windows Vista's official End of Life (EoL) date, April 11, 2017, more than ten years after Microsoft officially launched Windows, back in January 2007.
Google says that starting with February 8, Chrome users will have to use version 54 or 55 (current) if they want to access their Gmail accounts.
Just before the Christmas holiday, Mozilla announced plans to support Firefox for Windows XP and Vista until at least September 2017.