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January 14, 2020 is the last day Microsoft will offer security updates and technical support for computers running Windows 7.
We known can be difficult, that’s why we’re reaching out early to help you backup your files and prepare for what’s next.
Bleeping Computer has the full technical details on exactly how this message works, including the process the update installs ( This nag message arrives as part of KB4493132, an update that will be automatically installed by Windows Update if your PC has automatic updates enabled.
That means Windows 7 machines will be increasingly vulnerable, and software developers will eventually leave those old PCs behind and stop writing software that works on Windows 7.
The full message reads: After 10 years, support for Windows 7 is nearing the end.
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