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 The end of NT 5.1 era: POSReady 2009 support ending
Published on 2019/02/27, by NojusK.


Windows Embedded Industry, formerly Windows Embedded POSReady and Windows Embedded for Point of Service (WEPOS), is an operating system subfamily developed by Microsoft as part of its Windows Embedded family of products. Based on Windows NT, Windows Embedded Industry is designed for use in industrial devices such as cash registers, automated teller machines, and self service checkouts. POSReady 2009 is one of them, based on Windows XP Professional SP3’s CodeBase that will end on April 9th, 2019 The very next day XP’s official one ended 5 years ago. It is a very sad moment that Windows XP’s support will come to an end 17,5 years later… And it’s a world record of Microsoft Windows Operating Systems beating Windows 1.0. That the well unknown OS has helped regular consumers to get five more years of support and keep their computers safe, but the time has come and now you will need to secure it now yourself, because no more official updates will be released to the public anymore, unless you pay Micro$oft to get the paid updates, that aren’t cheap either.

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