For Microsoft, one of their most important tasks is to upgrade more Windows 7 users to Windows 10, but for now, it's a long way to go.
Recently, Kollective, an enterprise software company, conducted a survey of Windows 7 usage among more than 200 IT employees in the United States and the United Kingdom. It was found that nearly one fifth of large enterprises still use Windows 7.
The survey also shows that because of the long time required for enterprise system replacement, many companies will not be able to complete the migration before January 14, 2020, when support ceases. It takes some large enterprises three years to transfer the whole system to a new operating system (Wind) during the migration process from Windows XP. Ows 7).
Last year Microsoft announced that the Extended Security Update (ESU) for Windows 7 will be in January 2023. However, Windows 7 ESU charges according to the number of devices, and the price doubles every year.
Microsoft plans to end support for Windows 7 on January 14, 2020. Although users can continue to use Windows 7 after the end of support, because Microsoft no longer provides security updates or other support, it means that your PC will be very vulnerable to new vulnerabilities.