Microsoft adds Secure Boot support for systems running Windows 7.
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.
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Yes, you can upgrade to Windows 11 from Windows 7 while keeping your files during the process, but only if the hardware is supported.
Here are all the ways you can upgrade a computer to Windows 11 from Windows 10, 8.1, or even 7.
Microsoft warns Windows 7, 8, 8.1 users that OneDrive will no longer be supported starting January 1, 2022, and sync will stop on March 1.
Microsoft no longer publishes driver updates for Windows 7 through Windows Update.
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