Platform Support

We Support the Following Platforms

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Platform Support


As of April 8th 2014, Windows XP and Office 2003 are no longer supported by Microsoft. Hardware/Software Vendors will follow thereafter.

We continue to support Windows XP and Office 2003 users, but we do not recommend continued use.

You can no longer purchase Windows XP or Office 2003 via proper means. Windows 10 is not eligible for Windows XP Devices unless the device was downgraded to XP from Windows 7 or Windows 8.1. (Branded Computers can check compatibility here.)
We recommend buying a new device. (Desktop user? Go Custom.) 

We recommend moving to Office 2016 or take on an Office 365 Subscription.

You can discuss upgrading with us and this will ensure you can have a great, safe user experience.

Please Note: If you are using a very old XP System, you may not have the right Hardware to handle a newer version of Windows. An assessment and full Hardware upgrade may be required.


As of January 12th 2016, Windows 8 is no longer supported by Microsoft. Hardware/Software Vendors will follow thereafter.

We continue to support Windows 8 users, but we do not recommend continued use.

Windows 8.1 is a free upgrade and is a lot better. You have no good reason not to upgrade.

You can no longer purchase Windows 8 via proper means and recommend checking if Windows 10 is compatible with your device and upgrade/purchase Windows 10. (Branded Computers can check compatibility here.)
If not, we still recommend moving to Windows 8.1 or purchasing a new device. (Desktop user? Go Custom.) 

We recommend moving to Office 2016 or take on an Office 365 Subscription.

You can discuss upgrading with us and this will ensure you can have a great, safe user experience.

As of April 11th 2017, Windows Vista is no longer supported by Microsoft. Hardware/Software Vendors will follow thereafter.

As of April 10th 2012, Office 2007 has transitioned away from its Mainstream Support. Office 2007 has until October 10th 2017 before losing full support.

We continue to support Windows Vista and Office 2007 users, but we do not recommend continued use.

You can no longer purchase Windows Vista or Office 2007 via a proper means. Windows 10 is not eligible for Vista Devices unless the device was downgraded to Vista from Windows 7 or Windows 8.1. (Branded Computers can check compatibility here.)
We recommend that you buy a new device. (Desktop user? Go Custom.) 

We recommend moving to Office 2016 or take on an Office 365 Subscription.

You can discuss upgrading with us and this will ensure you can have a great, safe user experience.

As of January 13th 2015, Windows 7 has transitioned away from its Mainstream Support. Office 2010 has also transitioned on October 13th 2015.
Security updates and extended (Paid) support is still available by Microsoft until 2020.

We do continue the support of Windows 7 and Office 2010, but we do recommend checking if Windows 10 is compatible with your device and upgrade/purchase Windows 10. (Branded Computers can check compatibility here.)
If not, we recommend moving to Windows 8.1 or purchasing a new device. (Desktop user? Go Custom.) 

We recommend moving to Office 2016 or take on an Office 365 Subscription.

You can discuss upgrading with us and this will ensure you can have a great, safe user experience.

As of January 9th 2018, Windows 8.1 loses Mainstream Support. Office 2013 will also transition on April 10th 2018.
Security updates and extended (Paid) support is still available by Microsoft until January 10th 2023 for Windows and April 11th, 2023 for Office.

We do continue the support of Windows 8.1 and Office 2013 but we do recommend checking if Windows 10 is compatible with your device and upgrade/purchase Windows 10. (Branded Computers can check compatibility here.)
(Desktop user? Go 
Custom.) 

We recommend moving to Office 2016 or take on an Office 365 Subscription.

You can discuss upgrading with us and this will ensure you can have a great, safe user experience.