Whether you like it or not, if any of your devices are running Windows 7, it’s time to make the move to Windows 10. Why? Because come January 14, 2020, Microsoft will no longer support the decade-old operating system. And this means no more security patches.
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January 14, 2020, as of this date, Microsoft will no longer produce any patches or updates for the Windows 7 platform. This potentially exposes users of devices with the Windows 7 operating system to vulnerabilities.
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