If you’re following us here you’ll know that Microsoft will stop supporting Windows 7 in February 2020. I know, that’s four months away not three, but we have the Great British Christmas Shut-down in between.There won’t be any more more updates or security patches, and there won’t be anyone to go to if anything goes […]
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Microsoft Server 2008 software is coming to the end of Extended Support in January 2020.
This is the same as for Windows 7 on desktops and laptops but it’s had much less publicity. Perhaps this is because server software is not an everyday concern for most business people.
Out of sight, out of mind, and all that, but this is probably more important to your business than the end of Extended Support for Windows 7.
We’ve blogged here before about the end of support for Windows 7.
To be exact, Microsoft is drawing a halt to the Extended Support phase for their Windows 7 desktop operating system on 14th January 2020. This means no more updates or security patches, and no more support if anything goes seriously wrong with your computer.
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