15 Apr Beginning Of The End for Vista and Mountain Lion
Google, Adobe, Intuit and other software makers are ending support for older operating systems. The newest versions of Adobe software now require at least Windows 7 or OSX 10.9 Mavericks, and Google following is following suit in April. Intuit (maker of Quickbooks) now requires OSX 10.10 Yosemite or newer for their latest software, but still supports Vista. Apple users are urged to upgrade to the latest OSX version possible, and Windows users are urged to move to Windows 7 or 10 soon.
Most Apple computers made in 2010 or later can be upgraded to the latest OSX 10.11 El Capitan, though some will need a RAM upgrade to do so. Most computers that came with Vista are already too old to be upgraded and will need to be replaced with a newer model that supports more recent versions of Windows. At Charlotte Street Computers, our technicians can help you make the OS upgrade or transition to a new computer as smoothly as possible.