(Pictured) Some businesses get a 1-year security update for free when Windows 7 stops supporting

Last year, Microsoft announced that it would extend the paid Windows 7 Extended Security Update (ESU) to enterprise users up to January 2023. According to Microsoft’s fees, the number of devices will be charged according to the enterprise, and the price of each device upgrade will increase year by year. Microsoft announced last month that Windows 7 Extended Security Updates will also be available for small and medium-sized businesses.

(Pictured) Some businesses get a 1-year security update for free when Windows 7 stops supporting

Today Microsoft announced a new offer with Windows 10 Enterprise E5, Microsoft 365 E5, Microsoft 365 E5 Security or Windows VDA EA and EAS customers with e5 valid subscription licenses (as of January 14, 2020) will receive a free first-year security update for Windows 7 Extended. This is a limited-time promotion that Microsoft mentions applies only to volume licensing customers purchased through an EA or EAS agreement. You can learn more about this promotional offer here.

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