Windows XP Support ended 8th April

Windows XP support ended 8th April

Now’s the time to make a move.

Microsoft has stopped supporting Windows XP from 8 April, 2014, including automatic updates that help protect your PC. If you are still using your PC with Windows XP, your computer may be vulnerable to security risks and viruses. Additionally you may experience the inability to use newer apps, devices or content with your current set up as developers are no longer building towards XP compatibility.

 Don’t be left behind. Don’t be left behind.
The end-of-support deadline has passed and users of Windows XP are now at risk, but Dell offers a number of ways to help you make an easy transition. We invite you to check out our latest offers specifically developed to help you transition easily to a new, secure PC.

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Want to make use of that old PC?
Windows XP support has ended, but you can turn your old PC into cash towards the purchase of something newer, safer and faster with our Dell Trade to Save program. We accept most brands and even pay for postage!

Click here for details on our Trade to Save program ›
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1 Dell is the 2012 and 2013 US Microsoft Windows Deployment Partner of the Year and the 2013 Global Windows Partner of the Year.