Mainstream Support for Windows 7 Reaches its End

/ 3 years ago

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As of 13th January, 2014, Microsoft’s Windows 7 is no longer under mainstream support, so will no longer receive any new product updates or features. The operating system has now moved into what is known as the extended support phase, a period in which critical security updates will still be issues, and will last until 14th January 2020.

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Windows 7 has been Microsoft’s most popular operating system since XP –– and is currently Microsoft’s OS market leader. Within six months of its release in late-2009, Windows 7 sold over 100 million copies, making it Microsoft’s fastest-selling OS to date. After the major GUI overhaul of Windows 8, and with its predecessor Vista considered an unstable failure, many users stuck with Windows 7 instead of upgrading.

With the technical preview version already available, Windows 10 is expected for full release later this year.

Source: Techspot

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2 Responses to “Mainstream Support for Windows 7 Reaches its End”
  1. Jeordie White says:

    It’s a hard habit to break, but you really should update your facebook and article to read 2015 instead of 2014.

  2. Jordan Kytyn Benns says:

    Ohgod. Win10 had better have a familiar UI or I am gonna cry.

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