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This is how Microsoft will force users to quit Windows 7

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Death alerts will start in full screen

Microsoft is now facing a difficult task - how to make persistent users of Windows 7 upgrade to Windows 10. Apparently, a solution has been found.

This is how Microsoft will force users to quit Windows 7


For regular users, extended support for Windows 7 ends January 14, 2020. Microsoft now warns users about the imminent death of Windows 7 and offers to switch to Windows 10. However, users are in no hurry to follow Microsoft's advice  and move to a more modern Windows 10.

This is how Microsoft will force users to quit Windows 7

Sometimes pop-up small alerts seemed to Microsoft not enough stimulating. The company announced that starting January 15, 2020, it will start displaying full-screen alerts. They will describe the risks of using Windows 7 Service Pack 1 after discontinuing support on January 14, 2020. 


Such a full-screen notification will remain on the display until the user interacts with him. Notifications blocking access to content will be displayed for the following versions of Windows 7 Service Pack 1: Starter (Initial), Home Basic (Home Basic) and Premium (Home Advanced), Professional (Professional) and Ultimate (Maximum). 

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