Registar
Likes Likes:  0
Página 3 de 3 PrimeiroPrimeiro 123
Resultados 31 a 35 de 35

Tópico: Windows XP

  1. #31
    Master Business & GPU Man Avatar de Enzo
    Registo
    Jan 2015
    Local
    País Campeão Euro 2016
    Posts
    7,780
    Likes (Dados)
    0
    Likes (Recebidos)
    0
    Avaliação
    41 (100%)
    Citação Post Original de Jorge-Vieira Ver Post
    Já mudavam de SO!!!
    Não, porque o outro a seguir é o Vista. Pesa, you know

    Citação Post Original de tiran Ver Post
    Tragam o submarino aqui à loja que eu formato e instalo o 10...
    Ocorrências possiveis:
    -Se for aí dizem logo que é do Socrates.
    -O Estado fica com 20% do que cobrares também.
    -Tentas convencer a EMEL/EMPARK que ele está bem estacionado.
    Última edição de Enzo : 27-01-16 às 00:48
    Ideias sem Nexo e Provas do Tráfico de Hardware
    "que personifica o destino, equilíbrio e vingança divina." Dejá vú. Que cena!

  2. #32
    Tech Ubër-Dominus Avatar de Jorge-Vieira
    Registo
    Nov 2013
    Local
    City 17
    Posts
    30,121
    Likes (Dados)
    0
    Likes (Recebidos)
    0
    Avaliação
    1 (100%)
    Almost 15 years after launching, Windows XP is third most popular OS

    Windows XP launched nearly 15 years ago and support for it ended two years ago. Despite that, it's still going impressively strong: new data from Netmarketshare shows it holds a 10.9% slice of the pie, good for third behind Windows 7 (51.89%) and Windows 10 (14.15%), and ahead of both Windows 8.1 (9.56%) and OS X 10.11 (4.05%).


    XP's resilience is due in part to how revolutionary it was and a lack of strong internal competition for years prior and following. Today, no doubt much of the reason for its large share is businesses who can't be bothered to upgrade -- such an undertaking is typically considered not worth it until it's completely unavoidable.

    Noticia:
    http://www.tweaktown.com/news/51557/...-os/index.html



    Números ainda excelentes para este SO, em parte devido ao longo reinado que teve.
    http://www.portugal-tech.pt/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=566&dateline=1384876765

  3. #33
    Tech Ubër-Dominus Avatar de Jorge-Vieira
    Registo
    Nov 2013
    Local
    City 17
    Posts
    30,121
    Likes (Dados)
    0
    Likes (Recebidos)
    0
    Avaliação
    1 (100%)
    Reports of Windows XP's demise are greatly exaggerated

    Windows XP was the first version of Windows to bring together Microsoft's client and server product families. It became immensely popular after its 2001 release. This is all ancient history familiar to any regular TR reader. What you may not realize is that Windows XP is still immensely popular, despite being obsolete and unsupported for nearly two years.
    Mainstream support for Windows XP ended in 2009, and Microsoft finally withdrew extended support—including security updates—in 2014. Two years later, between 7.3 and 10.9% of internet users world-wide are still running the aged operating system, depending on who you ask. That figure is higher than many other operating systems, including OS X and every flavor of Linux. In some regions, like mainland China, as much as a quarter of internet traffic still comes from Windows XP computers.
    Running an outdated and unpatched operating system is a dire security scenario for an individual, never mind a business. According to Spiceworks' 2016 State of IT report, some 67% of North American businesses surveyed are still using Windows XP in some capacity despite that fact. That number is even larger outside of North America. Not bad for what ESET Security calls a "zombie" OS.
    Given that upgrading from Windows XP likely means purchasing some new hardware, it's easy to understand why a large business might hesitate to upgrade. Even so, it's difficult to overstate the importance of moving on from unsupported software. For just one example, the 2011 hack of Sony's Playstation Network cost that company $171 million, and it may have been made possible via unpatched software.
    Noticia:
    http://techreport.com/news/29975/rep...ly-exaggerated



    Tal como lá por fora, por aqui o XP continua bem presente na maioria das maquinas dos serviços publicos... este SO ainda está para ficar mais uns anos!!!!
    http://www.portugal-tech.pt/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=566&dateline=1384876765

  4. #34
    Moderador Avatar de Winjer
    Registo
    Feb 2013
    Local
    Santo Tirso
    Posts
    11,534
    Likes (Dados)
    10
    Likes (Recebidos)
    37
    Avaliação
    4 (100%)
    Windows XP source code has spilled out onto the internet

    Amidst reports suggesting that the source code for Windows XP has leaked, Microsoft has yet to confirm or deny the leak. However, security researchers already seem convinced it's legitimate.
    It seems the alleged source code was initially leaked to 4chan, but has since spread to a torrent and a Mega upload. For the uninitiated, Mega is a file hosting and cloud storage service.

    While this type of leak seems low risk on the surface, there's a couple of interesting scenarios at play. Assuming the veracity of the leak, users will almost certainly begin reverse engineering the source code to see how it ticks. This could lead to some interesting forks of the ancient operating system that support modern hardware, or it could be used for better compatibility layers and emulation with Linux or macOS.
    Or it could lead to bad actors learning some new tricks in Windows-based exploits.
    While statistics show that there's still a very small user base for Windows XP, it wouldn't be a profitable attack surface. However, there's almost certainly some Windows XP source code that has lived on under the hood in more modern versions of Windows -- like Windows 7 and Windows 10. Even though Windows 7 has reached end-of-life, there's still plenty of users on the operating system.
    At this point, we await an official response from Microsoft, as they'll almost certainly be looking to snuff this out.
    Ryzen R5 3600X / Noctua NH-D15 / ASUS Rog Strix X370 / Cooler Master H500 Mesh / 16Gb DDR4 @ 3800mhz CL16 / Gigabyte RTX 2070 Super / Seasonic Focus GX 750W / Sabrent Q Rocket 2 TB / Crucial MX300 500Gb + Samsung 250Evo 500Gb / Edifier R1700BT

  5. #35
    Tech Membro
    Registo
    Sep 2020
    Posts
    57
    Likes (Dados)
    0
    Likes (Recebidos)
    2
    Avaliação
    0
    Não sei não se não é a própria Microsoft a fazer estes leaks para forçar os poucos utilizadores a adotarem o Windows 10 assim como as empresas e bancos que ainda usem XP.

 

 
Página 3 de 3 PrimeiroPrimeiro 123

Informação da Thread

Users Browsing this Thread

Estão neste momento 1 users a ver esta thread. (0 membros e 1 visitantes)

Bookmarks

Regras

  • Você Não Poderá criar novos Tópicos
  • Você Não Poderá colocar Respostas
  • Você Não Poderá colocar Anexos
  • Você Não Pode Editar os seus Posts
  •