For many, Avast has proven to be one of the most effective and reliable free anti-virus programs on the market. Having used them in the past, I have been impressed with their relatively straightforward interface and the solid level of protection it provides.
It is, however, somewhat at the risk of growing a little old-fashioned (like AVG before it).
Like it or not, Windows XP and Vista are rather old now. Even Microsoft has stopped supporting them. As such, it shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise to hear that Avast no longer wish to apply resources for older operating system versions of their program.
Although a specific date has not been given, Avast has said support will end this January. In fairness, it’s a decision I find difficult to really question or criticise. Anyone still using XP should really look towards updating to something more modern. Well, if you plan to continue using it online. Vista? Well, hardly anyone adopted that in the first place. I literally used Vista for 24 hours before going back to XP and it seems I wasn’t alone in that choice.
What do you think? Do you think this is the right decision? – Let us know in the comments!
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