After 2020 Using Windows 7 will cost you money

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Windows 7 is No Longer Safe to Use?

After 2020 Using Windows 7 will cost you money

In this article we will answer these questions as they have risen a lot of hashtags such as #Windows_7_end #Windows_upgrade #Windows_7_support and questions likewise:

 

Can I keep using Windows 7? Will it be safe to continue using Windows 7 after 2020? How long until Windows 7 is obsolete? What shall I do when Windows 7 is dead? Can Windows 7 still be used after 2020? How can I upgrade windows 7 to windows 10?

Windows 7 End of Life is January 14, 2020

If you landed here then, probably you are using Windows 7 as a default Operating system OS. As we all know, Windows 7 is one of the most popular Microsoft OS worldwide. The OS was released on October 2009. Obviously, this journey is coming to an end.

Consequently, people got accustomed to it and we are always reluctant to change old habits. Recently Microsoft decided to end the technical support and security updates.

What Are Your Options?

As the date of end of support approaches or if you are reading this after that date, then you have three options ahead.
  • To continue using Windows 7 despite the security and technical issues that you may experience – and that’s not recommended.
  • To upgrade to the latest Operating System – Windows 10 – and buy a valid license. You can have an overview on the OS and upgrade from the links below.
  • To pay for the security updates separately from the Microsoft support team and that could cost you a lot of money. The extended security updates for Windows 7 deal will end by 2023.

To get further explanation on these three points and what would you receive as notifications if you continue using Windows 7, have a look at this short report:

 
You can get more details from the official Microsoft announcement or upgrade options through the links below:
 

Useful Links:

So, to put it in a nutshell, the answer is surely No as Windows 7 will be the most vulnerable OS after updates end. You can also opt for a free alternative operating system such as Linux. If you still have any questions, jot them down in the comments box below.

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