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No, it won't suddenly cease to function, as anyone who booted it up after the end-of-support deadline of January 14 discovered. It works just fine after you get past the full-screen warning from Microsoft that you're now at risk since you're running an unsupported operating system. But it's not scaring businesses from using it.

Social media reacts to Windows 7 end of life

Twitter spent a lot of time reminiscing about the good ol' times, many describing Windows 7 as the best OS Microsoft ever offered.

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From Windows 7 to Windows 10: A migration guide

For any IT pro who's been around for more than five years, déjà vu must be setting in. It's "scramble to get onto a...

Microsoft Windows 7 extended support will end in one year

It's hard to believe that Windows 7 is already nine years old, but as per the Microsoft Lifecycle Policy, Windows 7 extended support will...

Preparing for Windows 7 ‘doomsday’

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More than 60 per cent of enterprises still relying on unsupported Windows software: Report

According to Spiceworks, enterprises are ignoring the security risks associated with operating "dead" software such as Windows XP and Windows Server 2003

Windows 10 upgrade help is here, but enterprises may need a use case for universal apps

IT departments are always slower to start the expensive migration to a new OS, and while Windows 7 does have a looming expiry date, Windows 10 adoption will take time

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