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Avast is ending support for Windows XP and Vista

Avast is ends support for Windows XP and Vista: Here's what you can do

Avast Antivirus client version 19 is scheduled to be launched by the company in early 2019, but their upcoming client will not be compatible with Windows XP or Vista operating systems.

The new antivirus client version 19 will be released throughout the home and business products, but any new devices added to the network will need to use Windows 7 or later.

This doesn’t mean that those running older versions of Avast and AVG Business will be vulnerable to attacks. Avast will be taking care of its old versions for Businesses by extending virus definition updates.

But what if your entire office is running Windows XP or Windows Vista on their systems, then you can do the following.

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For Avast Business

The company recommends that if you’re running Windows XP or Vista, you should remain on Avast Business Endpoint Protection solution version 18.x.

This version will continue to receive virus definition updates from the Avast Threat Labs database and will be supported by the cloud and on-premise Avast Business Management Consoles, CloudCare and Managed Workplace.

For AVG Business

For those running Windows XP or Vista and using AVG, the company recommends that you stay on AVG Business Edition product version 18.x.

This version will continue to receive virus definition updates from the Avast Threat Labs database and will be supported by the AVG Remote Administration Console.

For any other enquiries, you can contact your Avast Business Account Management.

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