Three Reasons You Shouldn’t Pay for Windows 7 Updates
Support for Windows 7 will come to an end in January 2020, which means that after this date, no other security patches would be provided to devices that will still be running this OS version.
This obviously means devices will be exposed to major security risks, pretty much because any vulnerability discovered in the OS would just stay unpatched.
This is something that everyone should just avoid, no matter if we’re talking about home users of companies.
But just like it happens when support for a Windows version comes to an end, enterprises need more time to migrate to newer Windows, just because their infrastructure is more complex and additional factors are included, like app compatibility.