Favorite “Windows” will sink into oblivion 14 January 2020, and in return the users will arrive a lot of problems associated with the restructuring of the new releases.
Microsoft is warning Windows 7 users of the imminent cessation of service and support. For many years the company offered a free upgrade for Windows 7 users. Now, considering all resource and time costs of service, it became clear that the “7 Windows” has outlived itself. Windows 7 users will no longer receive security updates January 14, 2020, which will make the system vulnerable to attacks and threats. New development is a way to get people to switch to the latest OS, which is not only to offer the best experience, but also enhance security. According to preliminary data, the current users on the platform will begin to receive pop UPS on the screen and notice 18 APR. Users of Windows 7 this is 40% of the customers. Of course, messages from users sounds like a dumb question, “bill, why did you have fished? For that we test these new Windows???”. One answer – need a change.
Organizations still using old SOFTWARE, it may be difficult to move to the last for fear of incompatibility issues with applications that may arise as a result of switching. In light of this problem, Microsoft developed the Desktop Aperture to help better navigate the problems with least possible problems. However, there are still 10 months to stop security updates, and this can be seen as a lot of time to replace the old OS to new Windows 8 or Windows 10. If for any reason there is no possibility to switch to another OS, you can pay for security updates and support until January 2023. The cost of the first year is 1.6 thousand rubles per computer, for a second – more than 3 thousand rubles per computer, and in the last year will need to pay 6.5 thousand rubles for the computer.
Users of Windows 10 currently, about 800 million Innovation and update is part of the goal to reach the mark of 1 billion customers. Windows 8 will continue to receive updates until 2023. Therefore, it makes sense the transition is not a trifle, and just get used to Windows 10.