Windows 7 Extended Support Expiring

Does your PC still operate on Windows 7? If so, it’s time to start planning.

In 2015, Microsoft stopped mainstream support for Windows 7. This means it stopped offering free phone and online support as well as non-security related updates. Since that time, Microsoft has continued to offer security updates for the operating system. This will end on January 14, 2020. Planning now, will help protect against security threats in the future.


Our team of IT professionals will work with you to assess which of your computers will need to be upgraded. Once we have a firm understanding of your needs, we will supply you with available options, ensuring the needs of your business are met, while staying within a realistic budget.


Since Windows 7 is one of the most popular operating systems on the planet, it’s a good idea to “reserve your spot” as demand for upgrading begins to increase. To avoid downtime or any disruption to your business, our team will set up a controlled, systematic approach to upgrading your operating systems, well before the Windows 7 expiration date. Any Windows 7 operating system will be upgraded to Windows 10. Read more about Windows 10.


Attacks on Windows 7 will likely increase as support ends, because Microsoft will stop supplying security patches & updates. This leaves the operating system, and your business, vulnerable. To avoid possible disruption, it’s best to get a plan in place now. A bit of planning today, means success for tomorrow.

Please contact us to get started with your evaluation or call us at (207) 443-9554.

Mike Dorr, President

Mike began as a Burgess network engineer in 1998. He later spent 3 years as Five County Credit Union’s Director of IT before returning as an owner in 2006. He lives in Bath with his wife and children and is an active member of Big Brothers Big Sisters.

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