All good things must come to an end, even Windows 7.
Every Windows product has a lifecycle. The lifecycle begins when a product is released and ends when it's no longer supported. Knowing key dates in this lifecycle helps you make informed decisions about when to update, upgrade or make other changes to your software.
When Windows 7 reaches its End of Life phase on January 14, 2020, Microsoft will stop releasing updates and patches for the operating system. It's likely that it also won't offer help and support if you encounter any problems. But you can keep the good times rolling by moving to Windows 10.
Between now and then, the operating system (OS) is in an in-between phase known as "extended support". During this phase, Microsoft is offering paid support, though not the complimentary support that comes with the license; and will continue to provide security updates, but not design and feature updates.
Moving to Windows 10
Whether you are upgrading an existing device, buying a new one, or just need help deploying, we have the help you need.
- Get started with a new device
- PCs are lighter, faster, and more affordable than ever, so it makes sense for Windows 7 users to transition to a new device with Windows 10 installed.
- Upgrade to Windows 10 Pro
- Built for business with enterprise-grade security, enhanced productivity, and the latest features to get more done.
We are here to help you transition your business to Windows 10! We have the expertise to upgrade your large-scale organization to Windows 10 and Office 365 to remain current with automatic security updates.
End of support is coming for other products
Know when to upgrade. To find end of support dates for other Microsoft products.Click here for details!