Support for Microsoft’s operating system, Windows XP, which we met for the first time in 2001, has ended. However, a recent development once again showed how valuable Windows XP is, which is still used fondly by many people. Microsoft has released a final update for Windows XP.
The released update was aimed at WannaCry attacks, which recently completed its second year. Thanks to this update, systems are protected against a new WannaCry attack.
In the statements made by Microsoft, it was stated that the best way to remove security vulnerabilities is to switch to new systems, and it was stated that those who use Windows XP and other old operating systems will have better security with the help of this update. The content of this released update consists of closed security vulnerabilities and improvements.
Stating that the security vulnerability closed by the update has not been exploited until now, Microsoft officials said that this update is very important and that users must definitely do this update.
Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows 2008, Windows Server 2008 and Windows 7 users will be able to benefit from this update released by Microsoft. If you are using Windows 7 or Windows 2008, you can get the relevant update here. Windows XP and Windows 2003 users can access the update here .
- Warning: Micorsoft recommends that you switch to one of the Windows 10 versions as soon as possible.