Retirement approaching: will you stick with Windows 7?Time: Sep. 25, 2019
Not long ago, Microsoft announced that the Windows 10 operating system market share finally exceeded 50%.
But one thing we've noticed from the data is that Windows 7 is still very popular, market share flat with Windows 10. After all, many companies use software that is difficult to migrate, and Windows 7 itself is mature enough and easy enough to use to not be easily replaced by Windows 10.
Windows 7 Retirement Approaching
It is important to note, however, that Microsoft will no longer support Windows 7 starting January 14, 2020, the last date on which it will urge migrating to Windows 10. After that, Windows 7 users will no longer receive Microsoft updates, security updates and other services, leaving their computers vulnerable to security threats.
Is Windows10 good?
Windows 10 is now the dominant operating system.
In recent years, Microsoft has updated Windows twice a year in the spring and fall, bringing many user-friendly improvements to the system.In the system security, running speed has also been greatly improved.
Windows Defender alone can withstand a lot of virus attacks.
In terms of compatibility, Windows 10 does not have any compatibility problems with everyday applications.
Try Windows 10, and you'll probably learn something new about it.