OEMs Will be Not Allowed To Sell Windows 7 PCs After 2016
OEMs Will be Not Allowed To Sell Windows 7 PCs After 2016

Windows 7/8.1 will not be allowed to OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers) to manufacture and sell after October 31th, 2016.

[dropcap]M[/dropcap]icrosoft has well played in the field of doing business after so long we have found that Microsoft has discovered on how to manage company’s own management regarding the mandatory selling product of its own customer.

Microsoft recently published a lifecycle of Windows Fact Sheet page, but we can see that this update of news Microsoft has done quietly without much noise, Microsoft has planned everything about Windows 7 or Windows 8.1, Microsoft has allowed its PC OEMs partners to sell Windows 7/8.1 preinstalled computers until October 31, 2016. After the limited time the manufacturers are not allowed to sell or ship those Windows 7/8.1 PCs again, it is directly indicating that users are bound to use Windows 10, and that is what Microsoft wanted to do.

OEMs Will be Not Allowed To Sell Windows 7 PCs After 2016

OEMs Will be Not Allowed To Sell Windows 7 PCs After 2016
OEMs Will be Not Allowed To Sell Windows 7 PCs After 2016

Users will have no choice to select another operating system the only choice have is to select Windows 10. After October 31, 2016. Microsoft OEMs will be not allowed to sell this end-of-sale marked product, but retailers can’t be restricted in this terms of selling Microsoft pre-installed product in the open market. Basically, Microsoft has restricted this dates only on Windows 7 Professional and Windows 8.

Another interesting fact is that the three-year-old Operating System version Windows 8 have also given end-of-sales date which is July 30, 2016, But if we can see the date of Windows 8 preinstalled laptop devices is much more enough date which have been provided.

Associations with big business permitting assertions and Software Assurance, the recent is an annuity-style program that gives extra rights, will in any case have the capacity to buy new PCs after the due date, then minimization the OS from the as of now introduced Windows 10 to Windows 7 on the off chance that they needed to continue utilizing the more established version.

The drawback of the OEM augmentation is that Windows 7 will soon confront an immovable due date of an alternate sort: Microsoft will issue the most recent security upgrades for it on Jan. 14, 2020, or a little more than three years after the last new PCs are fabricated with the working framework.

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Significantly more than part of the way through its decade of the bolster, Windows 7 remains the most prominent rendition of Windows. As indicated by examination seller Net Applications, Windows 7 represented almost 62% of all duplicates of Windows being used amid October, much more than Windows XP (with 13%), Windows 8/8.1 (15%) and Windows 10 (9%) consolidated.


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