There’s no doubt that if you want to stay on Windows 7, Microsoft is doomed to be unacceptable, so starting January 15 next year, they’ll be warning of a full-screen upgrade for that segment of the user. Microsoft’s new announcement today details an upgrade warning for Windows 7 systems, which it will write:
The Windows 7 PC you are currently using has stopped supporting. Support for Windows 7 systems has ceased as of January 14, 2020. Your PC is vulnerable to viruses and malware for the following reasons: no security updates, no software updates, no technical support. Microsoft strongly recommends that you use the Windows 10 system on your new PC, which is equipped with the latest security features to help protect you against malware.
Currently, Windows 7 users can upgrade to Windows 8.1, but Microsoft recommends that users upgrade to Windows 10. At the same time, microsoft recommends that users buy a new PC, even though Windows 10 should run smoothly.
In this month’s Patch Tuesday event, Microsoft has deployed the necessary updates to enable full-screen notifications after support is stopped. These tasks were created on December 10 th and are scheduled to run at 12 noon every day after logging on to the desktop. There’s an option to “don’t remind again” in a full-screen upgrade notification, along with a “remind me later” link with Windows 7 stop support.
Microsoft also promises that if you click the Don’t Remind button, full-screen upgrade notifications won’t appear on your device. Of course, it remains to be seen whether this option will still be available after the january 14 th- end of support.
It has to be said that Windows 7 is a very successful version of the Windows family ecosystem, coupled with some bugs in Windows 10, which is also the reason why there are still quite a few people nostalgic for Windows 7 system, it is understood that in China, desktop operating system or Windows 7, Windows 7 still accounted for 58.5 percent of the market, close to 60 percent of the market, Win10 system share of 21.68 percent. This was followed by xp systems with a share of 6.73 per cent.