Supporting our customers with the Windows XP Discontinuation.

March 18, 2014

If your company is still using Windows XP SP3 or Microsoft Office 2003, now should be the time to update, as of April 8th 2014, Microsoft will stop supporting both Windows XP and Office 2003.

In 2002, Microsoft introduced its supports lifestyle policy where the customer would receive a minimum of 10 years supports (5 years mainstream support and 5 years extended support). Now that these years have passed, Microsoft have decided to stop supporting these two systems.

Despite these changes from Microsoft, Interbacs will not leave you in the lurch! We will continue to support our customers who are currently working on Windows XP, However, we do politely suggest that you look to migrate to a newer version of Windows to prevent any issues you may face in the future.

Please don’t hesitate in getting in touch with our friendly staff at Interbacs who will happily answer any questions you may have regarding the Windows XP support ending as well as any questions you may have about the products and services that we offer.

You can contact us by calling 08444 127 180, emailing us on or by visiting our website

For more information, or to see how you can migrate to a newer version of windows please follow the attached link

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