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Farewell, Windows XP
On April 8, 2014 Microsoft ended eight years of support for Windows XP. The Office of Information Technology Administration plans to make transition away from Windows XP support. All computers using XP as the OS (Operating System) in offices, computer labs, and the Central Library are eventually going to be changed to Windows 7, except for recently installed computers. Also from the second half of 2014, it will become impossible to make payments on the official University site using XP. In addition, registering for courses from computers that use Windows XP will become difficult as there will be a risk of being refused access, so students are recommended to make transition away from it. These changes will be more inconvenient not for professors or graduate students who are mostly already using Windows 7, but for average students who frequently access the school website or uDRIMS via XP. However, as all of these changes will be made slowly, there is nothing to be worried about at this point in time. Eui Hee-jung, section chief of the Office of Information Technology Administration, said,“To minimize frustration for students, the operation will be done very slowly, step by step. However, we hope individuals change their home OS, as uDRIMS can unexpectedly stop working in an XP environment .”

Yang Si-young  sea0378@dongguk.edu

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