Microsoft is trashing its own product, Windows 7, calling it outdated, in a bid to force businesses to upgrade to Windows 10.
A request from a bank to look at a switch from Windows to Linux has led to UK-based IT specialist Patrick Fitzgerald and his colleagues at British firm i-Layer developing a detailed method for an institution to make the transition.
Microsoft has extended its enterprise support policy for Windows 7 and 8.1 running on Intel’s sixth generation Skylake processors to January 2020 and 2023 respectively.
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