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Good-bye, Windows 7

When Windows 7 arrived 14 years ago, it was seen as better than its predecessor but still with issues. Vendors weren’t ready for it, important drivers were lacking,  and few end users and IT admins liked User Account Control (which had been first introduced in Windows Vista).

Yet, as its lifespan comes to an end this month after 10 years of support and three additional years of extended security updates, many users and administrators refuse to move on. (Many argue that Windows 7 was their most-loved operating system and say Microsoft will never make another platform like it.)

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Source:: Computerworld