Published on January 15th, 2015 📆 | 1718 Views ⚑


Microsoft ends free support for ageing yet popular Windows 7 operating system

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Microsoft will no longer offer free help and support for the ageing but still popular Windows 7
If you were unhappy with the tiles type UI offered by Windows 8.1 and decided to stick with your all time favourite Windows 7 operating system for your desktop, this is going to be sad for you.  Microsoft has officially ended the free help and support for Windows 7.This means that, if you are using Windows 7, Microsoft will no longer provide free help for the problems faced by you.  It will also not release any new features for Windows 7.

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Windows 7, which was introduced in 2009 quickly gained popularity due to its comfortable UI and user friendly options.   It sold over 100 million copies in six months  after release and still remains hugely popular. Windows 7 was more stable than predecessor Windows Vista and added rich features for users which surged its popularity as well as usage.  Microsoft introduced its successor, Windows 8 and subsequent updates with a radical change in the user interface.  Because of the radical changes in the graphic interface, Windows 8 has not found the widespread acceptability of Windows 7 and it is estimated half of the world’s PCs run on Windows 7 as of today.

As Microsoft looks to push through the new avatar of its operating system, the Windows 10, it will henceforth charge you for the help or extended support it provides.  The extended support which is chargeable ends on 14th Jan, 2020.

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