As of January 14, 2020, Microsoft will stop releasing updates and patches for Windows 7.
What does this mean for us?
If you’re using Windows 7 and encounter a problem, Microsoft may not offer support to fix it.
An even bigger issue once Windows 7 enters the End of Life phase is that it won’t be patched for new viruses or security issues.
This will leave your system extremely vulnerable to malware and Trojan horses that could not only compromise your computer, but will also expose your data to hackers.
What can we do?
We strongly advise you to purchase a new machine with Windows 10 already installed. Moving your files to a new PC is easy with the use of an external hard drive or large thumb drive.
Do we have to get new computers? Why can’t we upgrade our current systems?
Even if your current system meets the requirements for a Windows 10 upgrade, it won’t function well. (ie: slower speed, crashes, etc.)
|Our team will be happy to assist you in upgrading to a new Windows 10 equipped operating system. Make the switch sooner rather than later for a seamless transition.|