Microsoft has officially ended support for Windows Vista. Yesterday was the last day for Windows Vista extended support, which means that the divisive operating system is well and truly dead.
Windows Vista Is Now Officially Dead!
Do you remember Windows Vista? Wait! are you using it right now? Well, Microsoft has a long history of Windows versions. Over the years it has been releasing new and improved versions, each time more improved and with new functionalities.
Previously we have shared an article in which we had discussed the end of Windows Vista. Well, Microsoft’s windows vista reached the end of mainstream support on April 10, 2012, and will exit the extended support on April 11, 2017.
So, Microsoft has officially ended support for Windows Vista. Yesterday was the last day for Windows Vista extended support, which means that the divisive operating system is well and truly dead.
Windows Vista was released in 2007, this new version of Windows intended to be something completely new, with a mission to be better than the ever-acclaimed Windows XP. The truth is that Windows Vista has never avenged itself and many users still today have complaints about this version.
So, you all might be thinking what’s next? Well, the next is Windows 7 which will comes to an end in January 2020. Windows 7 is right now the number one desktop operating system and it was found running on approximately 50% of computers out there.
However, it will be too early to talk about Windows 7. So for now, Goodbye Windows Vista! share your views in the comment section below.