With the Windows 7 end of life fast approaching, users need to decide whether they want to upgrade them to Windows 10 or just get a new PC.
Starting next Tuesday, January 14th, 2020, Windows 7 will reach its end of life, which means Microsoft will release the last cumulative update for all editions of the operating system.
This means no more security updates going forward. unless you purchase Extended Security Updates. and your computer will become vulnerable to any security vulnerabilities that are discovered in the future. TOP ARTICLES3/5NSA’s First PublicVulnerability Disclosure: An Effort to Build Trust
To remind people of the end of support, on January 15th, Microsoft will start displaying alerts in Windows 7 reminding them that the operating system is no longer supported and that they should upgrade to Windows 10.
The good news is that if you wish to upgrade to Windows 10, you can still do so for free using the steps in the following section.
Microsoft was supposed to remove this offer a long time ago, but it is still live.
There is, though, no idea how long this method will work, so if you wish to upgrade a device from Windows 7 to Windows 10 for free, you should do so as soon as possible.