Windows 8 Support Has Ended

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Windows 8 Support Has Ended

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Added by January 15, 2016

Are you still running Windows 8 and haven’t upgraded to Windows 8.1.  If so, mainstream support and extended support has ended as of January 12, 2016.

If you are still running Windows 8 there will be no new security patches or technical support offered.  It is a simple upgrade to Windows 8.1 from Windows 8 as the upgrade is seen as a service pack.

So what are you waiting for?

Note:  Once you have upgraded to Windows 8.1 your computer is now qualified for the free upgrade to Windows 10.

So I ask again “What are you waiting for?”

Until next time, RIDE SAFE!!!

Rick Trader
Windows Server Instructor – Interface Technical Training
Phoenix, AZ

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