The beloved, decade-old Windows 7 is nearing the end of its official support – Microsoft announced that on 14th January 2020 they will stop providing technical support and security updates for devices running Windows 7.
It is important to note that Windows 7 will continue functioning, and for the 10 years since its release, plenty of specialized forums, wikis, sites and services have accumulated helpful resources with in-depth solutions for a variety of issues. The only drawback is that the information is usually more suited for advanced users.
In case you are worried that solving potential technical issues might be too complicated and time-consuming for you or your business, we recommend switching to Windows 10. Microsoft claims that Windows 10 will be the last OS they will ever release, relying on constant improvements and updates to keep it up to date with current trends in technology.
Other questions that you might have
Q: Which Windows 10 license do I need?
A: We have prepared an article to help you decide: Windows 10 Home vs Windows 10 Pro
Q: How do I upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 10?
A: Have a look at our explanation here: How to switch to Windows 10
Q: My organization has hundreds of devices with Windows 7, how can I migrate them smoothly to Windows 10?
A: We advise you to go for a Volume licensing solution – go here for details: How to upgrade hundreds of devices to Windows 10
- + several other languages
- Transferable (online activation)
- For 1 device only
- No expiration date
- Possibility of choice between Pro and Enterprise LTSB (2016)
- To be installed and activated as a full version of Windows 10