Well, this isn’t what loyal Xp user would expect, do you ? Previously, Google has announced they going to drop support for IE8 which is Windows Xp’s IE version but user still probably access it with another browser ( Firefox / Google Chrome ).Then, Adobe announced that they won’t fully support this 11 years old Windows OS in next release of Adobe Suite ; Photoshop. But actually the end-support was begun on it’s newest suit which is CS 6 ( Photoshop 13.0 ), one of them was lightroom.
What will happen next ? Is Windows Xp should be abandoned as soon as possible so at the time Microsoft terminate it’s support only few user effected ? Actually the end-support was dated on April 2014.
It’s the worst moments for Active Google App user worldwide – especially the one uses Windows Xp. Google has stated that IE8-user wouldn’t be supported after November 15 after 2 generation later IE – IE10 went public with Windows 8 – October 26.
System Requirements :
- Processor: 1GHz CPU or faster
- RAM: 1GB (32-bit) or 2GB (64-bit)
- Disk space: 16GB (32-bit) or 20GB (64-bit)
- Graphics: DirectX 9-capable video card with WDDM driver
Those requirements are just only some things your PC needs in order to use Windows 8, First thing first an updated Hardware ( Components ) [ It is recommended to use at least Vista drive. ] A clean PC, you can use CCleaner program to help clear things up. That program can cleans ” stuff ” which you don’t need like caches from various programs, fixing / deleting registry. And now, one more thing to do before Upgrading your PC is Backup all your files, Deactivate/ Deauthorize your program ( iTunes, Photoshop ect ) and Save all your program serial keys. If you have forgotten your serials of your programs you can use Belarc Advisor
Well, that’s all you’ll need just in case you want to upgrade your PC. Good luck using Windows 8 ….