A stronger perimeter might have helped
Mozilla won't abandon Microsoft's tried and tested platform anytime soon
But not until January
The latest version of the Chrome web browser requires Windows 10 to run
UEFI Class 3 systems will need a workaround due to video driver issues
TL;DR: The race to 1GHz was very much a real thing at the turn of the century. It was quite entertaining as well, coming down to a photo finish between AMD and Intel (the former took the win by mere days). Fast forward to today and you won't be able to find a new desktop CPU with a clock speed under 1.6GHz or so. But, you can underclock an existing chip to run much slower and that's exactly what NTDEV did in his latest video.
Over 13 percent of Windows users will be affected by the discontinuations
Around 10% of Windows systems still use Win 7
Forward-looking: Windows 7 will exit extended support very soon, but "micropatches" offered by 0patch are ready to take Microsoft's place in keeping the old operating systems safe and sound against Internet threats. At least for the most dangerous flaws discovered in modern Windows versions.
People still love Windows 7
Windows 7 will support the browser until at least 2022
And some people still use Vista!
Will Microsoft issue another free patch?
The update was originally offered to paying customers only
Anyone remember the Windows 7 Sins campaign in 2009?
Extended security updates aren't cheap
Windows 7 is dead, long live Windows 7
Microsoft never deactivated Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 validation in its media creation tool
UK intelligence agency warns against using Windows 7 for internet banking, email as Microsoft's OS reaches EOL
No more security updates for consumers, starting today, though business customers can continue to pay for ongoing support
Keep using the browser safely on Windows 7 until July 15, 2021
Official support for Windows 7 ends January 14, 2020
Time to say goodbye?
Good news for EA and ESA subscribers