All good things must come to an end eventually, and Windows 7 is no different. Microsoft is officially ending its support of this operating system relatively soon, but this doesn’t mean that you should jump ship without a plan. In fact, Microsoft realizes that some businesses and organizations simply can’t make the jump in time, so they have implemented contingency plans for these companies. The problem is that it’s expensive. We’ll walk you through everything there is to know about how Microsoft is handling the end of life events for Windows 7.
If you haven’t marked your calendar for January 14, 2020, it might be a great idea to make sure you are ready for the end of Windows 7 & Server 2008 extended support. Knowing this key date will assist you in making informed decisions on whether to update or upgrade your computers and servers.
Windows 10 received its second update in 2018. While some experts believe that this second update is too much, others look at it and are happy that more features and functionality is being added. Today, we’re going to dig into the details about this update, as well as some of the helpful features that you can take advantage of.
Waiting for your Windows 10 computer to startup can be frustrating. Each time feels like it takes longer than the last. All the time staring at a load screen could have been spent being productive. Enough is enough. It’s time you do something to speed up the process, and it’s a lot easier than you might think. We’ve put together a list of easy ways for you to speed up Windows 10 startup.