When Windows 10 hits its end-of-support date in 2025, hundreds of millions of PC owners will have four options, none of them good.
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"Set it and forget it" is no longer an option for the software that runs your business. For Windows 10, the support clock runs out sooner than you might expect. And the deadlines for Windows 7 and Office 2010 are just around the corner. Here's what you need to know.