The tab System Requirements shows the system issues found which have to be ensured to meet the Windows Vista requirements to maximize the Windows Vista experience.

Today, November 22, 2017, we are announcing that starting January 15, 2018, we will stop supporting the Nord VPN desktop apps for Windows XP and Windows Vista.

The Windows XP and Windows Vista platforms are no longer actively supported by Microsoft, which means they aren’t getting security patches anymore.

The first one is to upgrade your Windows operating system to any supported version – Nord VPN app works smoothly on Windows 7 and any later Windows version.

Not only will you get the latest security patches from Microsoft to keep your system protected against various threats, but you will also be able to download the native application of Nord VPN and continue using our service with no hassle.

Its many changes, both cosmetic and under the hood, have excited some, bored others, and convinced a handful of angry users to finally try Mac OS X or Linux.

Regardless of that, it’s likely that Vista will be the prevalent operating system in a couple years, just as Windows XP managed to push out Windows 98 and ME within a year or two after its release.The outdated Windows XP and Windows Vista operating systems simply can’t comply with our advanced model of infrastructure.As a result, the Nord VPN applications for Windows XP and Windows Vista will no longer be supported starting January 15, 2018.One of those things is to verify whether the hardware and software are compatible with Windows Vista and which edition of Windows Vista to choose from.Besides that, it is useful to know that the current Windows XP settings can be easily transferred to the new Windows Vista user account with the tool Windows Easy Transfer.In case you are planning to stick to Windows XP or Windows Vista for a while, you will need to set up a manual Open VPN connection.