The Windows 7 End of Life deadline is January 15th 2020
When setting the annual IT budget, a lot of businesses seem to lean on the old adage “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” That would at least explain why Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system, which admittedly has been a reliable workhorse, still owns 35 percent of the market nearly 10 years after its release. Now that the Windows 7 End of Life (EOL) deadline is just two months away, a lot of companies are suddenly realizing they need to act fast to ensure their computers are supported after January 15, 2020, otherwise they’ll have to compete while struggling with:
- System instability and decreasing performance
- Inability to use new software because of incompatibility
- Non-compliance with company and industry regulations
- Greater security risks from unpatched vulnerabilities
Read more in this great article by Acronis:
And remember all versions of Actinic and Sellerdeck from the earliest will run in Windows 10.