Vista crashes while updating hp
Of course, having so many users on outdated and unsupported operating systems poses a major security concern, as these operating systems have numerous, well-known security vulnerabilities but are no longer receiving any kind of support or system patches to fix those issues.
Needless to say, users on these unsupported operating systems are a particularly tempting (and easy) target for attackers, which is why we urge you to use an actively supported and updated operating system right away.
In August 2019, computer experts reported that the Blue Keep security vulnerability, CVE-2019-0708, that potentially affects older unpatched Microsoft Windows versions via the program's Remote Desktop Protocol, allowing for the possibility of remote code execution, may now include related flaws, collectively named Deja Blue, affecting newer Windows versions (i.e., Windows 7 and all recent versions) as well.2019-1162, based on legacy code involving Microsoft CTF and ctfmon (ctfmon.exe), that affects all Windows versions from the older Windows XP version to the most recent Windows 10 versions; a patch to correct the flaw is currently available. It was originally expected to ship sometime late in 2003 as a minor step between Windows XP and Blackcomb, which was planned to be the company's next major operating system release.
If your crash happens while printing, check that your printer driver is up-to-date by going to your printer manufacturer's support website.
Make sure you have the latest version of your Internet security software (including firewalls, antivirus programs, anti-spyware programs, and more).
At that time, Vista’s market share was a little under 10% of all operating systems according to Net Market Share, and rests at a hair under 1% today.
In comparison, Windows XP is still in use with about 8% of desktop users worldwide, especially with healthcare users, even though its extended support was officially pulled in 2014.