by on January 15, 2020
Microsoft will no longer support Windows 7, one of the company's most successful products, starting Tuesday.  That means Microsoft will no longer patch Windows 7 bugs or offer technical assistance for the OS. And it also means that you should not be running Windows 7 anymore, period.  "Microsoft strongly recommends that you move to Windows 10 sometime before January 2020 to avoid a situation where you need service or support that is no longer available," the company wrote in a note to user...
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by on January 14, 2020
Microsoft's free Windows 10 upgrade offer still works for many Windows 7 and 8 users. Microsoft is encouraging Windows 7 users to upgrade to Windows 10 before support for the former ends in January 2020. With support for Windows 7 ending Tuesday, Microsoft is encouraging users to upgrade to Windows 10 to keep devices running securely and smoothly. On Microsoft's website, the Windows 10 Home operating system costs $139 to download. However, you don't necessarily have to shell out the cash: ...
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by on January 6, 2020
MILLIONS of Microsoft users are warned that they may need to upgrade their ageing laptop and desktop PCs to avoid being put at risk from new online security threats. It's a massive few days ahead for Microsoft with the Redmond firm about to make its ageing Windows 7 software obsolete. From next week, this popular operating system will no longer be supported and that means anyone using it faces an increased risk from online threats, annoying bug and cyber attacks. "After January 14, 2020, i...
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