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Windows 7 End of Life-January 2020

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Just installed windows 7 security monthly quality rollup and servicing stack update of January 14, 2020*(The Last One).

 

There is no sign of Nagging Screen as of now.

 

RIP_windows.jpg

 

 

 

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l0gic

But now is 3 year extended support for W7. Look on mydigitalife forum.

 

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attacker

Yes I know. You can also check on our forum

 

KURWICA Windows 7 Extended Support Update Eligibility Tool

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cosy

There is no need to panic on this

We still have Windows XP support done privately

This windows will still run for a very long time

BTW:- My Windows 95 is still on hitting the road as I write this 😁

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mp68terr
15 minutes ago, cosy said:

We still have Windows XP support done privately

This windows will still run for a very long time

BTW:- My Windows 95 is still on hitting the road as I write this 😁

Was it ironic? Could be.

No doubts that these systems are working fine, even very fine. It's more about the security flaws/risks that won't get fixed/patched. Otherwise many people will still have them running.

Don't know about w95 systems, but I know XP-based ones that are very fine with their hardware. Why changing?

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cosy
2 minutes ago, mp68terr said:

No doubts that these systems are working fine, even very fine. It's more about the security flaws/risks that won't get fixed/patched

 

I said it here

 

3 minutes ago, mp68terr said:

We still have Windows XP support done privately

 

this includes all or most of the security fixes

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Whoopenstein

Just got the message about EOL on my Win7 laptop. LOL

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attacker

Same here. Is there a way to completely remove it.

 

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funkyy

I manually installed the final Security Only Kb file for Win 7 yesterday...and on reboot the EOS message appeared.

I just clicked "don't remind me again".

If it appears again, I'll just use one of the other methods on this thread:- Thanks in advance to "attacker".:w00t::w00t::w00t:

 

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appzter
On 1/14/2020 at 1:14 PM, cosy said:

There is no need to panic on this

We still have Windows XP support done privately

This windows will still run for a very long time

BTW:- My Windows 95 is still on hitting the road as I write this 😁

Hey cosy, I thought WinXP's extended security-support (POS) ended in April 2019?   I would sure like to be made aware of any on-going security-support for XP.   Thanks!

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948bennett
On 1/15/2020 at 2:09 PM, deklica said:

"Don't remind me again"

LMAO

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