There’s nothing wrong with still using XP, a number of staff here at Make Use Of have yet to budge in fact.
In Office 2003 and in the 2007 Office system, you are prompted about the file status and can decide to cancel opening the file or to continue to open the file.
In this guide I will show you how to remove the WGA notifications should you want to, after which you’ll not be able to download non-critical updates but will still receive the critical fixes that really matter.
If you bought Windows XP and have been unlucky enough to fail the validation (which isn’t uncommon) then you might just want to remove it altogether.
If you’re a raging software pirate then I’m going to have a tougher job convincing you to keep it.
WGA is a non-vital Windows component, which means that without it your copy of Windows XP will continue to work.