Sunday, December 22, 2019

Russian President Vladimir Putin Has Windows XP Running on His Desktop

By Cybernog

Russian President Vladimir Putin Has Windows XP Running on His Desktop



Microsoft has gone through years notice everybody around the globe to quit utilizing Windows XP, yet there are as yet a huge number of frameworks running the now old working framework. One of those PCs, mysteriously, sits on Russian president Vladimir Putin's work area. Putin's inclination for the brilliant period of Windows was uncovered in a Kremlin photograph discharge, which obviously shows the XP machine on the planet chief's office. 

The picture being referred to is from November, taken during a gathering Putin had with the WorldSkills Union. The screen shows what is obviously the Windows XP work area. It probably won't have the exemplary Bliss backdrop, yet you can tell from the shade of the taskbar this is Microsoft's around 2001 OS. It's to some degree astonishing that Putin's office PC isn't running Astra Linux. That adaptation of the open-source OS was grown explicitly for use by Russian military and insight. 


You probably won't understand, however Putin is 67 years of age. We as a whole have that more established relative who sticks with the innovation of days gone by until somebody makes them stop. All things considered, there's nobody in Russia to make Putin quit utilizing Windows XP. So there it is, running in a world chief's office over 18 years after discharge.

















Despite everything anybody utilizing XP who needs refreshes needs to set up a spendy custom help contract with Microsoft. It's conceivable the Kremlin does that, however all things considered, Putin's PC is by and large effectively kept up and firewalled by the administration's safety faculty. In this way, maybe Putin can securely utilize a Windows XP PC. All things considered, that doesn't mean it's a decent encounter. For all the flack Windows 10 gets for its irritating update components and burdensome settings, it's universes superior to anything a working framework planned in the late 90s.


2 comments:

  1. No one talks about how he doesn't own a smartphone due to the radiation.

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  2. Dude, that's Windows 7. Look at the icons and taskbar!

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