Windows 7 is No Longer Being Supported by Microsoft on Any Devices
Windows 7 became incredibly popular, as it was initially released to fix the majority of the issues with Windows Vista. Even today, millions of PCs are still running Windows 7 even though Microsoft spent years trying to get people to upgrade to Windows 10 free of charge. It is important now that you upgrade to Windows 10, otherwise your machine will be left vulnerable to exploits and security vulnerabilities.
We’ve already hit multiple end-of-support dates for various Windows 10 releases without any major hiccups, and three versions are set to reach end of service this year alone. If businesses keep upgrading regularly, then Windows 10 may have truly solved some of Microsoft’s support headaches for the future.
Due to Microsoft themselves no longer supporting the Windows 7 operating system, we will not be covering any Windows 7 devices under our support contract anymore. We highly recommend that you upgrade to Windows 10 or even look into a Linux operating system that is well suited to you. To read more about how Linux isn't scary and how it can benefit you, click here.
At Tranquil IT our goal is to produce scientifically designed, intuitive IT solutions which offer our clients the competitive advantage in business.
We aim to provide the highest level of support for both our own hardware range and for any other types of IT hardware our customers require, leaving them free of the frustration and financial burden associated with traditional IT solutions.