Windows 8.1

As of the 8th of April 2014 Microsoft will no longer support Windows XP. We recommend upgrading to Windows 8.1 today!


Still using Windows XP?

Securing your data is vital to the survival of your business from both internal and external factors.According to a Microsoft report in 2012, if you are still operating on Windows XP, your Data is 21 times more likely to be compromised by external threats such as hackers than Windows 8.1. In 2012 Microsoft announced they would stop supporting Windows XP in April 2014.

Still using Windows 7?

From the same Microsoft report Windows 7 users are still open to possible threats.Companies using Windows 7 are 7 times more likely to have their data compromised than Windows 8.1. Microsoft will continue providing support for Windows 7 however it is recommended by both Microsoft and Global Infocom that you upgrade to Windows 8.1 today.

What is Windows 8.1?

Windows 8.1 is the latest Microsoft operating system upgrade who’s predecessor was Windows 8 which was released in August 2012. The difference between Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 is the major errors or flaws which existed in the original software have been debugged which made it faster and more secure.

Windows 8.1 is now the fastest growing operating system as it is pre-installed on nearly all laptops which are currently entering the market.

Benefits of Windows 8.1 for your Business

Customisation & Applications

Important emails, business contacts, and all of the other work related information you care about is in one place with the new Start screen. Personalize and organize your experience by putting Mail, People, websites, News, Weather, and your favorite apps front and center, so viewing and interacting with work is only a click away.  

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