On January 14, 2020, the same will be true for Microsoft Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 (all editions) as well as other Microsoft software products. Once this date passes, you’ll be on your own and will no longer be safe. You can still use antivirus tools and other security software for protection, but they won’t be enough to defend against bigger threats. Security software will also gradually drop support for older versions of Windows. Large organizations can sign "custom support" contracts to keep getting security updates while they transition to a new OS. But Microsoft will ratchet up the price going forward to encourage those organizations to move to a new version of Windows.
Below is a table with the most resent EOL Microsoft Software including Windows 7. We can work with you and your business to get your computers all upgraded. We charge a flat fee per computer.
*These products are eligible for the Extended Security Update Program.
These services can be performed both Laptops and Desktop computers.
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