Tag: windows 7

Every dog has his day and all support has now ended for Windows 7.  This means that there will be no further security or stability patches released for the operating system. Operating systems are periodically retired because as technology moves on, several things can happen. …

It’s the beginning of a New Year and it’s going to be a big year for tech, and especially for Microsoft Windows.  The year begins with end of service for Windows 7.  This means there will be no more security and stability patches, making your…

With all support for Windows 7 now ended, there’s a lifeline for business and enterprise customers who haven’t yet migrated their PCs to Windows 10, or who perhaps need Windows 7 for mission-critical systems.  Microsoft is allowing some business and all enterprise customers to extend…

Some people need will really to continue using Windows 7 after support ended in January 2020.  This will be for mission-critical purposes, such as operating machinery or static equipment.  If this is the case you should ensure that the PC is completely isolated from the…

As Windows 7 finally ends all support I looked back at the book that started it all, my self-published Windows 7 Power Users Guide.  I had previously written a 68 page Power Users Guide for Windows Vista which the new media editor at Windows Vista:…

There is a lot of misinformation around regarding upgrades from Windows 7 to Windows 10, and it can be difficult getting accurate information.  Here I want to answer some of the most important questions people have, and respond to some of the biggest misconceptions. Windows…

All support for Windows 7 has now ended, meaning there will be no security or stability updates issued in the future.  If you have an older PC though, how do you know if it’ll run Windows 10, or if you’ll just need to invest in…

All support for Windows 7 has now ended, but not every PC is upgradeable to Windows 10, either because it’s old and won’t run efficiently, or because some of the hardware is no longer supported.  In this case you’ll probably find youself investing in a…