Option 1: Roll Back To Your Previous Driver: If you installed your current driver without first uninstalling the previous version, you can simply roll back your driver to the previous version using these steps: Windows XP steps to roll back your driver: Option 2: Uninstall the Current Driver: When you installed your current driver, if you first uninstalled the previous driver you won’t be able to roll back.In this case, follow the same steps that you previously used to uninstall your driver.
Gradually, Windows "Longhorn" assimilated many of the important new features and technologies slated for "Blackcomb", resulting in the release date being pushed back a few times.
Many of Microsoft's developers were also re-tasked with improving the security of Windows XP.
Here's what you can do: No one is forcing you to update to .
There are plenty of happy people with computers that "just work" running Windows XP or Windows Vista.
I've been facing this problem for 2 weeks now..pc date & time keeps resetting every time i boot the computer..
I've replaced the cmos battery with two different ones,configured the time by placing the jumper over pin 2 & 3..detached every wire in the cpu,cleaned the cabinet properly and attached'em carefully and tightly..i've tried setting the date & time by pressing F2 and entering bios setup..performed full pc scan in safe mode with MALWAREBYTE'S ANTI MALWARE...fixed the registry with registrybooster..timezone is also correct..still the date nd time changes on every reboot...
While this is great news for a majority of PC owners, those of you still holding on to a Windows XP or Windows Vista machine may be feeling left behind.
All isn't lost, however, and there are still upgrade options available.
The organization announced back in September 2016 that it plans to make Firefox 52 the latest major version of the browser that supports Windows XP and Windows Vista.