Goodbye Windows 7

 

If you are running an old computer that hasn’t been upgraded in years, to avoid “freeze ups” time for a new computer or major upgrade.

 

Microsoft stopped supporting Windows 7 as of yesterday.  The operating system debuted nearly 11 years ago. Millions of computer techs are expected to spend the next several days updating computers. Hackers plan to capitalize on people, who don’t upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 10. Many people with Windows 7 have experienced computer freezes because the operating system is no longer compatible with some codes.

 

 

 

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