All support for Windows 7 ends on January 14th 2020, which means that after this time there will be no more security and stability patches for the operating system, and any vulnerabilities will leave you open to attack by malware and hackers, regardless of whether you use up to date security software or not.
A copy of Windows 10 can be expensive though, so what can you do? Well luckily we have the Black Friday and Christmas holiday sales looming imminently, and there are always bargains to be had. This often includes copies of Windows 10, which can be heavily discounted.
All the big stores have Black Friday and Christmas sales and though we won’t know what’s in those sales until much nearer the time, you should definitely keep an eye on Microsoft and Amazon for when they announce offers. Websites such as Groupon and Best Buy can also offer significant discounts on Windows 10 at this time of year.
Be careful when purchasing a copy of Windows 10 online, and always buy a copy from a reputable store. There are fraudsters out there just looking to take your money and deliver either nothing, or a fake product key.
If you need a copy of Windows 10, but can’t afford it at full price, then the upcoming sales will definitely be for you.
Post expires at 12:34pm on Tuesday January 14th, 2020