Windows XP is gradually dying

15 May

Windows XP is still very popular, but the support for the 11-year-old operating system is weakening. The next version of Photoshop will not support XP, which requires a newer version, from Windows 7 and above.
Microsoft office 2016 product key released Windows XP in 2001, and Adobe said that the current version of Photoshop CS 6 will be the last version to support the platform.
The reason for this is that high performance software requires a modern graphical interface, but Windows  XP can not handle that, which is to harness the power of the graphics processing unit (GPU).
Taking advantage of improvements in newer operating systems and hardware allows Adobe to deliver far better performance.
Photoshop CS6 has proven that, based on a modern operating system, graphics / GPU and graphics drivers can lead to significant improvements in 3D space, Blur Gallery and lighting effects. This feature is not available for Windows XP clients.
Adobe hopes that this information will encourage customers to plan to move to a new version of the Windows operating system to take advantage of improvements in the next version of Photoshop.
There are still millions of Windows XP users in the world, but this number is on the downward trend. In August, Windows 7 ultimate product key market share surpassed Windows XP. Microsoft is trying to push users to switch to newer versions in the coming years, most recently targeting significant differences on Windows 8. This release will be available in late October.
Google has announced that it will not support Google Apps on IE8 - the latest version that can run on Windows XP. Windows Vista and Windows 7 running IE9 and Windows 8 come with IE 10.

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