After support ends, the operating system will no longer receive security updates, technical support, or any software updates. Some people estimate that 300 million computers are still running Windows 7 operating system.
On January 14, 2020, Windows 7 support officially ended. Microsoft has repeatedly warned people to help them to prepare for today, and now the end of support has officially arrived. After support ends, Windows 7 will no longer receive software updates, security updates, or technical support. Microsoft recommends migrating to Windows 10 for support and updates. Users can read answers to frequently asked questions about Windows 7 support on the Microsoft website.
Windows 7 is one of the most popular versions of Windows ever. There are still many companies and people who choose to keep using. Some people estimate that about 300 million devices are still running Windows 7. That said, Windows has many features that are worth upgrading in the eyes of many. Windows 10 has been around for many years, which means that it has received some significant major updates and thousands of bug fixes.
Today, computer systems which currently running the WIN7 operating system have received a reminder that Microsoft no longer supports it.