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Recently, Microsoft announced the end of life for its popular Windows 7 product. That end of life date is
January 14, 2020.
Currently, Windows 7 is in use by nearly 70% of businesses worldwide. How these businesses navigate the impending end of life deadline will rely largely on careful planning. Examining your company’s current infrastructure and identifying what you will need to update will help you to create a plan for a smooth transition. The sooner you begin this process the more strategic you can be in terms of budgeting and implementation.
Will I Still Be Able to Use Windows 7?
The answer is “yes, but…” Your computer will still work, but you will be vulnerable to exploits and bugs after January 14, 2020.
I advise you to allow us to begin planning your company’s transition to Windows 10 now, well in advance of the 2020 deadline. The sooner you begin these plans the more time you will have to address issues while Windows 7 is still supported.