Windows XP, 2000, 2003 and above are highly accepted OS and holds major market share. Microsoft
had extended the life-cycle of Windows XP twice due to users’ demand of not moving away from it.
Recently, Microsoft announced that by April 2014, Windows XP will lose product support thus leaving it
vulnerable. eScan, however, will continue to provide Virus signature updates to users on Windows XP,
even after the OS reaches the end of its life cycle.