End of Support Date, for Major Microsoft Products
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End of support means security updates are no longer provided. Microsoft recommends that you upgrade to the latest cloud or on-premise version in order to remain secure.
SMOOTH TRANSITIONS ARE WELL PLANNED.
With Microsoft's stricter requirements for Windows 11, your business or organization may be looking at replacing many of the systems on your network in order to stay up to date. The Certified Professionals at Brooks Jeffrey can evaluate your network, software, and equipment to determine the best plan to upgrade your systems with the least burden to your business and staff. We'll determine if there are hardware or software issues that may affect your upgrade and present a plan to complete your transition to the latest Microsoft products.
Client Operating System: Windows 7
Latest Update or Service Pack: Service Pack 1
End of Extended Support: January 14, 2020
Client Operating System: Windows 8
Latest Update or Service Pack: Windows 8.1
End of Extended Support: January 10, 2023
Client Operating System: Windows Server 2012
Latest Update or Service Pack: Server 2012 R2
End of Extended Support: October 10, 2023
Client Operating System: Windows 10
End of Extended Support: October 14, 2025
For a complete list of end of support deadlines and migration information for your products, go to learn.microsoft.com/en-us/lifecycle/products
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