Updating windows x p
I scan my computer regularly with Avast "free" which seems to be doing a good job for about the last 5 years. The one exception to that rule is that my own, personal, anti-virus/anti-malware program, (Avast Free), which does it's virus signature file updates automatically.(It will, however, occasionally ask me if I want to "try" it's professional version as a download, which, of course, is not free).I installed the compatibility patches for Office 2007, so I could open docx, xlsx, etc. That's all I have seen since April 2014 but as I said, it isn't in regular use.I used to have Microsoft Windows XP 64bit (don't ask me the number!
This document describes how to install an updated version of the graphics driver on a computer that runs Windows XP.I don't allow them to install because I think someone has highjacked the Windows installation site and might be installing malware or a virus on my computer. I, too, still use XP (Pro), and I've noticed that when I do get a Microsoft 'update' notice, now-a-days, it's usually to do an update for MS-Defender, (I think they call it or used to call it..), which is Microsoft anti-virus/anti-malware's program.