Anyone wanting to keep Windows 10 secure after 2025 will have to pay up
Users of Windows 10 who want to continue using this OS version can continue to receive security updates after Oct. 14, 2025 through Microsoft's Extended Security Updates (ESU) program. The tech giant announced this recently.
Microsoft's support for the Windows 10 operating system is going to end... Read more
Microsoft brings Copilot to Windows 10’s 1.4 billion users
It's official: those on Windows 10 can start using Windows Copilot. The AI functionality was previously exclusive to Windows 11, but is now also available to Insider Preview members on the older operating system.
The end-of-life date of the OS remains unchanged: support for Windows 10 will end i... Read more
Microsoft will keep Windows Server 2012 alive for another three years with security updates
Microsoft is giving Windows Server 2012/R2 users more time to upgrade. The tech giant is now offering three more years of security updates, moving the end date to 2026. Customers can access these so-called Extended Security Updates (ESUs) for products that have now reached their end-of-line status ... Read more
“Microsoft abandoning 400 million Windows 10 PCs”
Microsoft should continue to provide Windows 10 with security patches beyond 2025, argues the nonprofit organization Public Interest Research Group (PIRG). In October of that year, the tech giant plans to stop monthly updates.
More than 20,000 people have signed the petition aimed at Microsoft C... Read more
Old Windows Servers open door for intruders, quarter of organizations must upgrade soon
In October, Microsoft will stop providing updates for Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2. Although this has been public knowledge since May, thousands of organizations have yet to upgrade to a newer solution or, in extreme cases, purchase an additional three years of extended security u... Read more
Gartner: “technical debt” is holding companies back
Gartner has revealed its findings from a recent analysis. The research report shows that reliance on outdated technologies can slow a CTO's response to disruptive events.
Recent Gartner research has led to some interesting facts regarding the lack of outcome-focused technology solutions in the e... Read more
Microsoft warns of Windows Server 2012/R2 end-of-life
Microsoft issued another warning about Windows Server 2012 and 2012 R2's reaching end-of-life status in October this year. The giant urges users to update to newer versions or Azure Virtual Machine instances.
All support for Windows Server 2012 and 2012 R2 ceases on October 10. Though mainstream... Read more
Cisco won’t address vulnerability in legacy VPN routers
Cisco isn't planning on resolving a recently discovered vulnerability in its VPN router models for SMBs. The organization said the models reached end-of-life (EoL) status and won't be updated as a result.
The vulnerability (CVE-2022-20923) was found in the RV110W, RV130, RV130W and RV215W. Acco... Read more
Adobe requests users to remove Flash Player this year
Users of Adobe Flash Player will soon receive a notification to uninstall the software before the end of the year. The reason is that support for Adobe Flash Player will end on the 31st of December.
Adobe is taking the necessary steps to inform users that support for Adobe Flash Player ... Read more
Today is the end of Windows 7 on an estimated 369 million computers
End-of-life, end of the line, done, finished, finito. Today Microsoft stops supporting Windows 7. The lifecycle of this operating system has come to an end. With around 369 million PCs running on Windows 7, this end is far too early, but it its for a reason that Microsoft has announced it well in a... Read more