When you upgrade your computer from Windows Vista to Windows 7, first make sure you have a Vista service pack and use Windows 7’s Upgrade Advisor, which tells you what software or gadgets won’t run after you install Windows 7.
A: SP3 does not apply to the x64 version of Windows XP.
This step tells Windows 7 to visit Microsoft’s Web site and download the latest updates — drivers, patches, and assorted fixes for your particular computer — that help make your installation run as smoothly as possible.
(Your computer must remain connected to the Internet for the downloads, of course.) This selection allows Windows to visit the Internet to update itself with security patches, warn you of suspicious Web sites, check for troubleshooting information, and send technical information to Microsoft to fine-tune Windows’ performance.
Dear Customer, As per our previous email on the 2nd December 2014 in relation to Signagelive ending support for media players running Windows XP or derivative operating systems on the 31st December 2015, we are writing to you to give you some further news about players currently using Windows XP Service Pack 2.
We recently changed our SSL certificate to use the SHA-2 hashing algorithm as SHA-1 is now considered unsecure and will soon display as SSL security warnings within Google Chrome.