Are you still running Windows 7? It's to upgrade to Windows 10. Here are the instructions that you'll need to keep files and apps ...
Windows 7 was officially released to manufacturers on July 22, 2009 and became generally available on October 22, 2009.
After more than a decade, the end of the Windows 7 lifecycle is set for January 14, 2020. When the OS reaches its “end of life,” then it means Microsoft will stop offering support, including security and improvement updates.
If you’re still running Windows 7, it’s recommended to upgrade to Windows 10 as soon as possible to continue getting support.
All Windows 7 related articles, including news, tutorials, editorials, and reviews will be available in this section.
Update breaks Windows 7 ability to shutdown devices properly, but here's a workaround.
Although Windows 7 support has ended, Microsoft will push another update to resolve wallpaper bug introduced with the final monthly ...
If you're still running Windows 7, you can disable the out of support full screen notification using these steps.
Users with older versions of Windows can now download and install the final version of Microsoft Edge based on Chromium.
Windows 7 end of life is in January 14, 2020, and it's time to upgrade to Windows 10. In this guide, you'll learn to steps to make the ...
Microsoft is set to pull the plug on Windows 7 starting January 14, 2020, and here's what you need to know to stay supported.
If you no longer need a printer, this is how you can get rid of the leftover drivers.
A full backup of your device should always be part of your recovery strategy — Here's how use Windows 7's System Image Backup tool.
Is it still possible to upgrade to Windows 10 with a Windows 7 product key? Best answer: Yes, but proceed with caution, and here’s why.