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Microsoft today ended support to its 10  year old Operating System, Windows Vista. The end of support would mean that there will be no more security updates or fixes to the Windows Vista Operating Platform.

Currently, the Windows Vista users have the option to upgrade to Windows 7, but the support for Windows 7 will be removed at the end of Jan 2020, which is another 3 years away.  Currently Windows 7 holds 49.42% of the OS Share compared to the company Latest Operating System Windows 10 which stands at 25.36%. But over the next 3 years the company hopes to take over that share of users to its Newest Operating System.

Today Microsoft is releasing its Windows 10 Creators Update which is available for Free to all existing Windows 10 users. The update comes with lot of new features along with improvements to the Overall performance of the company’s latest Operating System Windows 10.

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