Windows XP is an operating system that allows you to utilize various apps or software. For example, you may use a word processing program to compose a letter and a spreadsheet program to manage your financial information. Windows XP comes with a graphical user interface (GUI).
In hindsight, the simplicity of Windows XP is its defining trait. While it included the first versions of User Access Control, sophisticated Network drivers, and Plug-and-Play setup, it never made a big deal out of them. The very basic user interface was straightforward to understand and internally consistent.
You may still use Windows XP today, but your machine should continue to function correctly when XP support ends. However, since XP will not get regular Microsoft security upgrades, your machine will be far more vulnerable to viruses and malware. We suggest upgrading to a newer PC if at all feasible.
While it is not surprising that many individuals continue to use outdated Windows operating systems, it is remarkable that one nation still exclusively utilizes Windows XP. Armenia is that country.