Breaking down what end of support means for Windows 7 or Office 2010 users

Chloe Mustafa
Categories: Increase Productivity
Tags: Microsoft 365
The upcoming end of support dates for Windows 7 and/or Office 2010 has huge implications for businesses across the globe. With 1/3 of computers running Windows 7 worldwide and over 200 million Office 2010 licences currently active, these end of support dates could leave businesses vulnerable to security risks and cyber-attacks due to using an out-of-date system.

But, what are the next steps if your businesses uses either Windows 7 or Office 2010, or both? To make things simple, we have created the below infographic to take you through what options you have:

Windows 7 and Office 2010 EOS

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