have you updated windows 10 to windows 10 creators edition yet ? or are you still running windows 10 version 1607 (release 14393) ?
if you want to try and get windows 10 version 1703 (release 15063) early then you can click here
to speed up the process
the windows smb flaw does not just affect windows XP but windows 7 and gnu/linux too
and gnu/linux users will need to update their samba to 4.4.14, 4.5.10 or 4.6.4 ASAP
windows vista isnt dead just yet although after installing SP2 windows update hangs and svchost will use 100% CPU and 1G continuously for many days
so the first thing you have to do after installing SP2 is disable automatic updates
then manually install
alternatively the guardian recommend you throw away any amd sempron notebooks and switch to a free unactivated or beta version of windows 10
or buy a refurb notebook
while wired has some other suggestions
windows vista (64 bit) now has 3 versions of IE9 you can choose from
which one will you choose
anti virus advice from @actionfraud, @ncsc and @microsoft_uk
Note that MS are EVEN taking the highly unusual step of providing a security update for all customers to protect Windows platforms that are in custom support only, including Windows XP, Windows 8, and Windows Server 2003.
microsoft_uk windows 10 creative update #w10cu est arrive with #edge3d, #paint3d and #view3d
[actually #edge3d is just an april fool]
Before you change your hardware you must upgrade your Windows 10 to version 16.07 build 14393.
Then add your Microsoft account and link it to your Windows10 digital licence only then can you change your hardware and move your Windows10 licence onto it