"Windows 7 and Vista OS are More Likely at Risk Than XP" Report Microsoft

One month and four days have passed the giant windows software company Microsoft has stopped issuing updates for windows XP officially from its data center rather the company suggested the current XP users to migrate the latest windows 8 or windows 8.1 as soon as possible. A recent news on Microsoft security patches has made windows 7 and vista users tensed a lot since the company has released Security Intelligence Report (SIR) that analyzes the threat landscape of exploits, vulnerabilities, and malware using data from Internet services and over 600 million computers worldwide. It shows that computers running with Windows 7 or Windows Vista operating systems are more likely to be infected by malware than Windows XP machines (although Microsoft doesn't treat XP as a live OS)