The day has finally come: Microsoft support for Windows 7 officially ended in January. This shouldn’t come as a surprise to Windows users: Microsoft promised 10 years of product support for Windows 7 when it was released in October 2009, before shifting focus to supporting newer technologies.
That means Microsoft no longer offers technical assistance or software updates to your device, and the company has encouraged people to upgrade to Windows 10 to keep their PCs and laptops secure. (If you’re a user, extended support for that OS won’t end until January 2023.)
Keep reading for everything you need to know about the end of Windows 7 support, and how to make the switch to Windows 10 for free.
Source CNET Computer News