As our instructions in the previous link show you, slipstreaming is a brilliant thing to do.
You'll still be able to install old security updates, but no new patches will be released This sounds bad, but before you get too worried about Microsoft no longer providing patches, it's important to understand the other threats to your computer.
First, other software may have flaws in it, which allows an attacker to infect your computer.
You'll still be able to download and update patches up to this date, but if a new flaw in the operating system is discovered, it will go unpatched.
Potentially, this means that hackers could target the new flaw, letting them infect a Windows XP machine.
In this regard, whether or not Microsoft has released new updates for Windows XP or not makes no difference to your security.
As you can see, then, Microsoft's decision to stop releasing updates for Windows XP is actually only one part of the security puzzle.In this article, we're going to show you how to keep your Windows XP computer safe.When Windows XP Support ends in April, it means that Microsoft will no longer be issuing any security updates for this operating system.This means that after the 8th April 2014, you'll still be able to use Windows Update to download all existing security patches.This is important, as if you re-install Windows XP, you should still apply all of the existing patches in order to make the base operating system as secure as it should be. Microsoft's 8 April support deadline has been and gone and the final security updates for Windows XP have now been released.