With the company announcing today support changes to Office and Windows, Microsoft is throwing in the towel on trying to force you to upgrade.
Microsoft has announced that they will offer extended support for Windows 7 but unlike with Windows XP, it will not be free.
Microsoft is expanding the reach of ATP and will soon offer it for users of Windows 7 but only if you are also running Windows 10.
Microsoft’s Windows 10 operating system is making inroads in the corporate world but it may not be fast enough to overtake Windows 7 before that platform reaches its end of life.
Discover how to (remotely and securely) manage your on-premises Hyper- V hosts, including Nano Server, from Azure’s (remote) server management tools on Windows 7, Macs, and even non-Windows tablets.
With new PC chips rapidly approaching, here’s a timely reminder about Windows 7 support: There isn’t any—at least not on Intel or AMD’s new silicon. Only Windows 10 is supported. Your downgrade rights were wrenched away, back in January…
Microsoft to change how older Windows versions get patches. For better or worse, it’ll be more like the Windows 10 way. Next Patch Tuesday, prepare for a single rollup patch. This means you won’t be able to pick and choose the patches that work for you. And that’s good, because… um, reasons.
Microsoft is making big changes to the way that it will release patches for many of its popular Windows products that will impact how IT Pros patch their environments.
Microsoft has announced that if you are planning to run Windows 7 on a Skylake CPU, there will be limited support for new machines that ends on July 17, 2017.
Microsoft has set a deadline for OEMs to sell Windows 7 machines which means if you are in the market for new hardware, you will want to act soon.
In this Ask the Admin, Russell Smith shows us how to enable Internet Explorer Enterprise Mode logging by using Internet Information Services (IIS).
So what Windows 9 features would make you upgrade? Russell Smith provides a wish-list of features he’d like to see in the next version of Microsoft’s client OS.
Russell Smith shares his tips for sharing files and printers with Windows 7 HomeGroup.