Windows 7 PC Out of Support

Your Windows 7 PC is out of support

As of January 14, 2020, support for Windows 7 has come to an end. Your PC is more vulnerable to Viruses and malware due to: 

  • 1 No security Updates 

  • 2 No software updates 

  • 3 No Tech Support

Microsoft Strongly recommends using Windows 10 on a new PC for the latest security features and protection against malicious software.


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RIP Windows 7 - The end of an era.

It’s fair to say that most if not everybody have used the Microsoft Windows 7 operating system, since its release in 2009.

Still, all good things must come to an end, and unfortunately, Microsoft has decided to end the support for Windows 7

Therefore meaning windows 7 users are out of luck. 

Meaning your Personal Computer is now at risk.

There is a solution!


Why are you getting the "out of support" message?

Sadly you’re getting this message because Microsoft had decided that on January 14 2020, the tech giant choose that they were no longer supporting Windows 7, Thus the message “out of support.”

Because Microsoft has ceased to provide support for Windows 7, and this means that they will no longer provide;

  • Technical support for issues.
  • Software updates
  • No more Security updates or fixes.

How does this affect you?

What are the risks?

Data Loss

The possiblity of loosing your Valable Data including pictures, documents, music or videos.


Your computer will be at higher risk of contracting a viruses.


Hackers will find it easier to access your computer though backdoors in your device.

Data Theft

Scammers will find it easier to extract and use your data maliciously.


Increased risk of getting infected by malware.

Steal Money

Increasing the risks with online banking, thus meaning someone could steal your hard earned money.

What can you do about the

out of support?

There are several solutions to the windows 7 end of life support”. Ultimately the simplest solution is to upgrade your PC to Windows 10.

By upgrading your PC to Windows 10, you will be thus keeping all your data safe, and where it was before.

The only big difference is that you PC will be using a more up to date version of Windows.

Think of it like Windows 7, but with a fresh lick of paint (new look).


What if i have an older PC

  • TIPS: When Upgrading your PC
  • RAM: Do more at once
  • HDD: Get more storage
  • SDD: Super Speed