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PC Makers Have a Year Left to Sell New Windows 7 Machines

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PC Makers Have a Year Left to Sell New Windows 7 Machines - by Tom Warren/ Microsoft/ Tech/ The Verge/ theverge.com

"Microsoft is planning to make sure PC makers only install Windows 10 on new machines next year. On October 31st 2016, OEMs like Dell, HP, and Lenovo will all have to stop shipping new PCs with Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 pre-installed. Instead, Microsoft wants all new machines to ship with Windows 10. ZDNet points out that this is a little sooner than usual, as Microsoft normally sets an end-of-sales date for older versions of Windows two years after the launch of a new version..."

I know there are a few diehard Windows 7 /8.1 fans out there.


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