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What happens now Windows XP is no longer supported?

As of 8 April, 2014, Windows XP - the 13-year-old operating system still used on many desktop and laptop PCS - is no longer supported by Microsoft. But what does that really mean?

What happens now Windows XP is no longer supported?

As of 8 April, 2014, Windows XP - the 13-year-old operating system still used on many desktop and laptop PCS - is no longer supported by Microsoft. But what does that really mean?

Making sure residents are not left behind in using technology

Peabody, one of London’s oldest and largest housing providers, recognises that getting residents to use the internet is increasingly vital.

Older people risk being left behind in the race to digital services

New figures* show that older people are at risk of being left behind in the rapid move to online services.

Social care providers urged to help their clients Spring Online

Social care providers across the UK are urged to help their clients get online in one of the biggest digital inclusion campaigns of the year, Spring Online in association with Carphone Warehouse.

Tablets help older people Spring Online

Could tablets help older people Spring Online?

Older and wiser? Use your skills to help others get online

Seven million people in the UK have never used the internet – and six million of them are aged over 55. Millions more don’t have basic online skills such as sending emails or searching the web.

Housing providers urged to help residents Spring Online

Ahead of the introduction of Universal Credit, social housing providers are urged to help residents get online during one of the biggest digital inclusion campaigns of the year, Spring Online. 

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