Windows Vista users should start thinking about changing the operating system. Microsoft has confirmed that its official support will end in less than 30 days.
Soon another Microsoft system will go away, losing the official support provided by the manufacturer. So soon it is Vista, a system introduced nine years ago, which already on April 11, will no longer be supported by the American concern.
For its users, this means no security patches, patches that improve system performance, and end-of-life support to help you troubleshoot computer problems. It is already the last phase of the supersede support of this system, which began on April 10, 2012.
After this date, owners of Vista personal computers will no longer be protected against viruses and other threats. This also applies to Internet Explorer 9, which comes with this platform, which will no longer protect against network threats.