Windows 7: support for 99 days only

Windows 10 is the operating system that exists on 900 millions of active devices worldwide, but on the other hand, Windows 7 continues to maintain a very respectable adoption rate.
Windowws 7 is the second most used operating system on PC, prompting Microsoft to remind OS users to upgrade their systems.

Windows 7

Those who use Windows 7 only have 99 days to install Windows 8.1 or Windows 10. Of course there is also the option of switching platforms such as Linux or macOS.

Microsoft, of course, recommends Windows 10.

However, moving users from Windows 7 to Windows 10 can be a much, much more difficult decision than upgrading Windows XP devices to other supported versions of Windows at the beginning of 2014.

Windows 7 is often described as the latest operating system to deliver the traditional Windows experience without a Store and all other modern additions. Windows 8 was the first version to have a built-in App Store and a Metro UI.

  Microsoft will also stop supporting Windows 7

Windows 10 greatly improves the experience, but they still have problems to the users who use them.

Users who want classic Windows should think very seriously about leaving Windows 7 because Microsoft says their systems could be vulnerable to 0day attacks due to a lack of updates.

So the security of a Windows 7 system after the end of support is a risk and every operating user should take responsibility (especially the companies).

Those of you who are thinking about upgrading to Windows 10 can get very cheap licenses from the following links:

Microsoft Windows 10 Home (OEM / Retail) 4.36 €
Microsoft Windows 10 Professional (OEM / Retail) 4.92 €
Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Datacenter 24.49 €

If you do not have a legitimate Windows 7 installation key, you can obtain it from the following link (prefer retail versions, not OEMs, so you can upgrade to Windows 10)

  Windows 10 build 20180 new Start menu for everyone

Microsoft Window 7 Professional (OEM / Retail) 4.19 €


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