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What will happen if Windows 7 is no longer supported by Microsoft?

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What will happen if Windows 7 is no supported by Microsoft?

On January 14,support for Windows 7 ended. Microsoft released a ten-year service on October 22, 2009. The company will no longer provide technical support and software updates through Windows Update, but hopes to focus on supporting new technologies. What will happen to computers running Windows 7?

What will happen if Windows 7 is no longer supported by Microsoft?

First of all, you should know that the end of support for Windows 7 does not mean that the operating system will stop working. However, users will no longer receive patches or security updates for Windows 7. Microsoft Customer Service is no longer available to meet the technical requirements of the operating system. The associated service will also leave. Electronic program guides for Windows Media Center or some games (such as Internet Backgammon) have been removed.

What are the consequences of ending support for Windows 7?

Windows 7 stops support for rhythm, especially when user data protection is complete, as no security flaws will be fixed. As a result, the device will be more vulnerable to security risks and virus attacks. Another consequence is that because Internet Explorer complies with the support policy of the Windows operating system on which it is installed, support for this component installed on devices running Windows 7 has also been discontinued.

What alternative solutions for Windows 7 users?
Therefore, it is recommended that users upgrade the system to the latest version of Windows 10. They can choose to buy a new device equipped with this operating system so that they can enjoy the latest hardware features at the same time. Another solution is to upgrade the device in Windows 7 and install the full version of Windows 10.

How to update your PC computer on Windows 10?

After announcing the end of support for Windows 7, Microsoft offered users to migrate to Windows 10, but the proposal ended on July 29, 2016. Those who want to upgrade should now continue to upgrade to Windows 7. Purchase the full version of the software. It is recommended to check the compatibility of the device with Windows 10 before booting. Some older devices running Windows 7 are not available, so functionality is reduced after the upgrade.

What is this Windows 7 Extended Security Update?
However, Microsoft has planned security updates for critical and important issues. These are defined by Microsoft Security Response Center (MSRC). To do this, you must have a Windows 7 Extended Security Update (ESU) license, which has a maximum lifespan of three years after January 14, 2020. This solution is provided to IT professionals, namely Windows 7 Professional and Enterprise users. Please note that if the ESU program was not purchased before January 14, 2020, these operating systems will no longer receive security updates.

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Topic starter Posted : 13/08/2022 9:20 pm
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