• Microsoft officially ends support for Windows 7

    5 monthes ago - By MobileSyrup

    Time is up for Windows 7, as Microsoft has officially ended support and security updates for the operating system. This means that users who are still using the operating systems will be vulnerable to bugs. Any problems that may arise also won't be fixed. However, some companies have paid for extended support that will keep them in the clear until 2023. Users who want to protect their computers should upgrade to Windows 10. It's also important to note that some older devices might not be compatible with Windows 10, which may require some users to buy a new computer. A basic home version of...
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  • Support for Microsoft Windows 7 OS ends today

    Support for Microsoft Windows 7 OS ends today

    5 monthes ago - By WMPoweruser

    All good things must come to an end, Microsoft is ending support for Windows 7 today. From tomorrow, Microsoft will no longer provide security updates or support for PCs running Windows 7. From tomorrow, you can continue to use Windows 7, but your PC will become vulnerable to security risks as you...
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  • Seven high points of Windows 7

    5 monthes ago - By Computerworld

    Today Microsoft issues its final free security update for Windows 7, putting an end to that operating system's decade. To remember that service - a retirement party but without the cloyingly-sweet cake and cheap gold watch - Computerworld selected seven highlights of Windows 7. While the seven do not pretend to trace Windows 7's history, they illustrate the influence and impact of the OS. Here's to Windows 7. Raise a glass, for cryin' out loud. It salvaged Microsoft's reputation after the Vista debacle
    The numbers say it all. Windows Vista, the 2006 replacement for Windows XP, topped out...
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  • Windows 10: Why upgrade time has finally arrived for Windows 7 users - CNET

    5 monthes ago - By CNET

    Support for Windows 7 ends this week. For security, software updates and other reasons, it's time to stop procrastinating.
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  • Now It's Really, Truly Time to Give Up Windows 7

    5 monthes ago - By Wired

    After Tuesday, Microsoft will no longer issue security updates for the operating system, leaving users who don't upgrade vulnerable to malware.
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  • Windows 7 is dead: How to stay as safe as possible after the security updates stop

    Windows 7 is dead: How to stay as safe as possible after the security updates stop

    5 monthes ago - By PC World

    Windows 7 is one of the best things Microsoft ever released. The much-adored operating system wooed back users who reviled the disappointing Windows Vista, and it remained a comfortable refuge during the even bleaker Windows 8 era. Even today, with Windows 10 fixing Windows 8's worst mistakes and standing as a superb desktop operating system of its own, a legion of vocal PC enthusiasts swears by Windows 7. Why? Because it stays out of your way, and it just works. Until today. On January 14, 2020, Microsoft ends Windows 7's extended support. Windows 7 is dead. Your PC will keep operating...
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