RIP Windows 7 – it’s been fun


Microsoft announced that it will officially send Windows 7 into its end-of-life phase on Jan. 14, 2020. On that day, the company will stop supporting Windows 7 on laptops and desktops, and will no longer patch it with security updates.

Windows 7 had been a great OS that many of us loved for a long time but it is now indeed time to say goodbye and move to the fantastic windows 10.

If you want to upgrade to Windows 10, you can do so free of charge and with a full Windows 10 license, as long as you have a PC that meets all of the requirements needed to run the operating system. That shouldn’t be too difficult and you will find the transfer pretty easily to go with.

Windows 10 Minimum Specs

Processor: 1GHz process or faster

Memory: 1GB of RAM for a 32-bit installation and 2GB of RAM for a 64-bit installation

Hard Disk Space: Up to 20GB of space

Graphics Card: A screen with a resolution of 800 by 600 or higher, and a DirectX 9 graphics chip

Connectivity: Internet access