Switching to Windows 71 or Windows 82 is the only way to keep receiving the latest security updates and support from Microsoft®. HP makes the transition fast, easy, and worry-free—with minimal downtime—and provides comprehensive support to maintain business continuity. Upgrade now to protect your business—the clock is ticking.
Goodbye XP. Hello...
Touchscreen devices make it easy to keep up with the speed of today’s business.
Gain as much as 45 extra hours of productivity per year for every five employees upgraded to Windows 71,3.
Keep your systems safe by upgrading to Windows 71 or Windows 82 for ongoing Microsoft support.
Save up to $700 per PC annually with Windows 71 through lower maintenance and support costs3.
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“The migration from Windows XP to Windows 7 yields a 137% return on investment over a three-year period.”
IDC whitepaper, sponsored by Microsoft
Mitigating Risk: Why Sticking with Windows XP is a Bad Idea, May 2012.
1Not all features are available in all editions of Windows 7. This system may require upgraded and/or separately purchased hardware to install the Windows 7 software and take full advantage of Windows 7 functionality. See http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windows-7 for details.
2Not all features are available in all editions of Windows 8. Systems may require upgraded and/or separately purchased hardware, drivers, and/or software to take full advantage of Windows 8 functionality. See http://www.microsoft.com
3IDC White Paper, sponsored by Microsoft, Mitigating Risk: Why Sticking with Windows XP is a Bad Idea, May 2012.
4Computerworld article, Aged Windows XP costs 5x more to manage than Windows 7.