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A security issue with was found with Quicktime over the weekend.
The US Department of Homeland Security is warning people to uninstall Quicktime.
Apple is not longer supporting the program and will not release a fix.
This problem only affects Windows computers.

To uninstall QuickTime,
open the Control Panel,
click “Uninstall a program”
under Programs, select “QuickTime” in the list, and click “Uninstall.”

The QuickTime uninstaller will remove both the QuickTime desktop application and the QuickTime browser plug-in. If you don’t see QuickTime in the list here, you don’t have QuickTime installed.

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Microsoft will end it’s support of Windows XP on April 8th 2014.
We recommend all users upgrade to a newer version of Windows such as Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 8.1
Windows 7 is no longer sold in retail outlets but it can be ordered through online companies such as and
Purchasing one of these new systems may require upgrading to new versions of your important software and peripherals.
Programs such as QuickBooks, Word Perfect, Microsoft Office as well as your Printers may need to be upgraded or replaced.
As previous Microsoft software met its end of support other software vendors also ended support for the XP versions of their software.
I expect software vendors to follow that same path and start ending support as the year progresses.

Microsoft released this information for the current Windows XP users to understand the disadvantages and risk of not upgrading.
If you are interested in replacing your XP system feel free to contact our Office and we’ll help through this upgrade process.

Click Here for the Microsoft Windows XP End Of Support information.



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