Windows Vista Extended Support Phase Ends on April 11th

Posted by at 8:48 am on March 16, 2017

Windows Vista was a hated OS by many. While  many loved  Windows XP and Windows 7, the news out of MS is not probably going to cause much grief to the firm. Windows Vista (SP2) has entered its last full month of extended support. The ten year old OS actually has less than four weeks of such support left from Microsoft, with the line being drawn at April 11t .

The end of extended support means the following:

“Windows Vista customers will no longer receive new security updates, non-security hotfixes, free or paid assisted support options, or online technical content updates from Microsoft.”

Microsoft and partners will, from then on, be able to ignore the plight of Vista users, investing their resources in improving security and experiences for users of newer OSes.

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