If you see an "Windows installer package" alert message, follow these steps to try to repair the software through the Windows Control Panel.If the steps in these articles don't help you fix the issue, you might be able to find a solution through a search of the Microsoft support website.Moving away from Windows XP, especially if you've had a machine for a long time, can be hard. If you're going to migrate to another Windows machine, Microsoft has teamed up with Laplink to allow users to easily migrate their data.The PCmover Express app is free and will move over personal files, user profiles and settings to a Windows 7 or later machine.That means that unless you are a major government, no further security updates or patches will be available for the operating system. We've created a checklist: The final "patch Tuesday" (Microsoft's term for security updates) for Windows XP was issued on April 8, 2014. An out-of-date security app is basically like not having any security at all.Despite Microsoft's best efforts to convince everyone to upgrade to a newer version of Windows, Windows XP is still running on nearly 28% of all computers connected to the Internet. If you have to continue using Windows XP, make sure your web browser is at least being updated.
Your web browser is often the place where most users wind up getting infected with a virus or malware.
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