Windows 7 End of Life: When does Windows 7 end?

The end of Windows 7 life begins on January 14, 2020. Prior to this, Windows 7 was in the “Extended Support” phase.

As with all operating systems, from a financial perspective and time and effort, it doesn’t make sense to keep the old software patched and updated after a while, especially if a newer version of the software exists. Microsoft actually terminated mainstream support for Windows 7 on January 13, 2015, which means that new features are no longer added and the warranty statement is no longer valid.

However, in the extended support phase that Windows 7 entered after its mainstream support ended, the operating system was still patched and updated to ensure security issues and bug fixes. This support will also end when Windows 7 enters the end of its lifecycle.

Windows 7 End of Life: What happens next?

When Windows 7 reaches its end of life on January 14, 2020, Microsoft will stop releasing updates and patches for the operating system. If you encounter any problems, it is likely that it will not provide help and support.

However, this does not mean that Windows 7 will stop working on January 14, 2020 – you can still use Windows 7 as needed. So the good news is that you won’t wake up on January 15 and find that your Windows 7 computer is no longer up. However, just because you can continue to use Windows 7 at the end of its life cycle does not mean you should do this.

The biggest problem with continuing to use Windows 7 is that once it enters the end of its life, it does not fix any new viruses or security issues, which can make you vulnerable to any emerging threats.

In addition, if a large number of users continue to use Windows 7 after the end of life date, this may actually greatly motivate malicious users to lock viruses and other viruses on WIndows 7. So while Windows 7 will continue to work after January 14, 2020, you should start planning to upgrade to Windows 10 or an alternate operating system as soon as possible.

How to Upgrade From Windows 7 to Windows 10?

Download the Media Creation Tool from Microsoft. Click the Download tool now button and save the installer on your device.

Double-click the MediaCreationTool.exe to launch the Windows 10 setup wizard.

Click Accept to the licensing agreement.

Select the Upgrade this PC now option to download the files and begin the upgrade. Click the Next button.

Enter a valid Windows 10 product key for the edition you’re trying to upgrade. Click the Next button.

Click the Accept button to agree to the licensing agreement again. Select the Keep personal files and apps option. Click the Install button.

After the installation completes, you’ll need to go through the easy out-of-box-experience to finish setting up Windows 10, and then you’ll once again see your familiar desktop and every new feature included with Windows 10.

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