By ZDNet Staff
| April 18, 2008 -- 00:54 GMT (17:54 PDT)
| Topic: Windows
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Windows 7 has less than a year of supported life left. If you really, really don't like Windows 10, it's time to consider running Linux Mint instead.
Temporary fix available for one of the two Windows zero-days released in December
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Windows 10 October 2018 Update finally shifts to automatic rollout
Microsoft will now be offering the Windows 10 October 2018 Update, 1809, to select devices in phases.
Microsoft looks to instill app-compatibility confidence in Windows 7 users with Desktop App Assure
PoC for Windows VCF zero-day published online
Microsoft said it would fix the vulnerability in Windows 19H1, in April.
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Microsoft wins a five-year services deal with Department of Defense, Coast Guard, and intelligence community.
Microsoft: We've fixed Windows 7 'Not genuine' and network share issues
Microsoft strongly recommends uninstalling an anti-piracy patch on enterprise Windows 7 PCs.