Jul 8 2014
01:29 pm

Just as businesses are finishing up migrating millions of PCs off XP, Microsoft announced they are ending "mainstream" support for Windows 7 (and Server 2008) in January. They will provide "extended" support (security fixes) for five more years after that, but no product or feature updates. CNet has more details...

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As a Mac user at home, and on the work desktop, this doesn't bother me much. As a sysadmin for several Server 2008 R2 products and a Hyper-V system whose host OS is also 2008 R2, this does nothing for me but induce angst.

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