In other words, some PCs are stuck with Windows 7, and moving to a newer OS version is much harder due to a wide variety of reasons. For example, enterprises working with large fleets of Windows 7 devices have a harder time moving to a newer version of Windows mostly because of the costs that are involved in the process.
Upgrading a device from Windows 7 to Windows 10 or Windows 11 typically requires hardware upgrades, and it goes without saying the process is eventually rather expensive.
This is why many are still with Windows 7, despite support for the operating system being slowly but surely dropped by the majority of software solutions out there.
Google, for example, was projected to give up on Windows 7 as far as Google Chrome is concerned in January next year. But in a … (read more)
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