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I agree, it is important.

Hi Brechan.

I agree, and we have posted a similar warning in the XP forum which is now a Sticky Note.

Can you find a different link? it doesn't have to be Microsoft, but if it could 'spell it out' in easier to read terms, that would be helpful. I found the information in the link you gave to be a bit vague, and their own link at the bottom seems completely strange, eg;
End of Support Windows XP SP2 and Windows Vista without Service Packs
That just takes me to a "Upgrade to Windows 7" page. Not helpful at all, Happy

I did find this; http://support.microsoft.com/lifecycle/?p1=11712 but it is not clearly stated.

If you find anything else more clearly presented, make a new thread and let me know, (report yourself as offensive!), and I will see about making it a Sticky post.

Many thanks.

Mark

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Is this what you were looking for?
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By More Appropriate Link..
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Thanks Carol !

it would have taken a noob (such as myself) to find that link

B.

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Thanks for Bringing the Topic Up!

As per Mark:

'If you find anything else more clearly presented, make a new thread and let me know, (report yourself as offensive!), and I will see about making it a Sticky post.'

Brechan..

Post it yourself, if you want, as a separate thread. Then "report yourself as offensive! " and see if Mark wants to make it a sticky. And I'll just walk away quietly. No one will be the wiser. Unless, of course, they happen to see this thread. Grin

Carol

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