Microsoft officially ended support for its one-time flagship operating system, Windows 7, at the start of 2020. As the year draws to a close, I ran the numbers to see how many PCs are still running this unsupported OS. Spoiler: It's a big number,
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Looking for technical information about Windows 10 releases, new features, known issues, troubleshooting, and tech support? Start here.
Microsoft has world-class documentation for developers and people who deploy Windows in large organizations. Unfortunately, one group of customers is not being well served.