Posted on: 05 Apr 13
Windows XP will be retired on 8th April 2014 but we can offer you a hassle-free way to move from Windows XP to Windows 7 or 8.
Microsoft has announced after that 8th April 2014 it will no longer support its Windows XP operating system, which it launched more than a decade ago. This means Microsoft will not fix any vulnerabilities or offer any security updates for Windows XP leaving PCs and laptops with this operating system open to attacks from viruses and other malicious code.
Better protection, newer features
Your business may still be running a number laptops and PCs with Windows XP. So what can you do? Microsoft has two newer operating systems, Windows 7 and Windows 8, which offer the latest protection and greater speed as well as a new features, such as support for cloud-based services and touch screens.
Hassle-free transfer of existing data
For business with a number of Windows XP-based computers the idea of changing over can be daunting. This is where Strident Computer Solutions can help. We can provide a new PC or laptop with either Windows 7 or 8 and migrate all your data and settings to the new machine allowing you to carry on working where you left off.
Spread the cost
In addition, you can spread the cost of upgrading by replacing only a proportion of your XP-based computers each month with a view to having replaced all of them by April 2014. This helps you plan and budget rather than suddenly finding you have to replace them all at once.
Fixed costs offer peace of mind
You can confidently budget with our fixed price plans.
Fixed Price for one PC £410 + VAT includes delivery, setup and migration
Fixed Price for two PC’s £780 + VAT Includes delivery, setup and migration