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Microsoft to end Windows 7 functional upgrades in January

Saturday 12 July 2014 | 11:56 CET | News
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Microsoft will end functional upgrades for the Windows 7 operating system on 3 January 2015, which means there will be no Service Pack 2, but will continue to send security upgrades for another five years. With Windows XP, Windows 7 is still one of Microsoft's most poplar operating systems. The move is expected to accelerate the adoption of Windows 8. Netmarketer calculated that it is used on 50.55 percent of the world's PCs in June, compared to 25 percent for Windows XP, 5.93 percent for Windows 8, 6.61 percent for Windows 8.1 and 2.95 percent for Vista.

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Categories: IT
Companies: Microsoft
Countries: World
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So is true what I listen in the news.. after I upgrade my computer from windows XP to windows 7 they says now that will end on January, come on... after 3 years you going to put out such a great OS.... My PC will not be compatible with win 8 so I will say bye bye to the internet or take another resource. Windows start give headache.
Marangely Alomar @ 19/7/2014 - 03:53


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