july 16 will be the end of windows xp update website?

Discussion in 'Windows XP Security' started by stvpls, Apr 26, 2019.

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    stvpls

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    i heard that microsoft will adopt a new security standard for windows update and it may prevent xp machines from loading the site. is it true or false?
    and if is true will someone create a private update server like escargot did for msn wich revived all versions of it?
     
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    stvpls,
    A few questions and a comment:
    !) What's your resource, where did you find this news / and can you post a quote from the source / and post the website's address for the source of the information;
    2) Are you suggesting that currently, if I go to WINDOWS UPDATE, I can find updates suitable for this old XP laptop? I didn't know that...
    3) I'm under the impression that WINDOWS UPDATES for XP ended...some time ago?

    Thanks for reading this.
     
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    i know support ended, but i mean the current windows update website
    i saw that on a pos2009 end support news this morning
     
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    Um, what's the website where I / we could find that pos2009 end support news?
     
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    stvpls: Oops, I'll stand down now. Right here at XPF / 'Windows XP General Discussion, I think I'm reading information that mimics what you are saying. Sorry about pestering you.
     
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