Three Things You Need to Know About Windows 7 Moving Forward
Windows 7 is no longer a supported operating system, which means that the updates Microsoft published on January 14, 2020 were the last ones.
In other words, no other updates would be released for Windows 7 moving forward, and users are obviously recommended to upgrade to a supported operating system, no matter if it’s Windows, Linux, Mac, or Chrome OS.
While we’re not going to talk about the security risks of running Windows 7 after the end of support, there still are a few things that users need to know if they want to stick with this OS version.
Windows 7 can still be activated
The first of them concerns the activation of Windows 7. Despite no longer receiving security updates, Windows 7 can still be installed and activated just like before. This means that if you clean-install Windows 7 on your device, you should encounter no issues activating it, as the whole thing should work normally as it did back in the days when the OS was still receivi… (read more)
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