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Microsoft recently revealed that the Windows 10 is running on more than 900m devices, suggesting that the accelerated pace of upgrades has contributed significantly to the milestone in terms of older Windows (especially Windows 7) as a whole.
Windows 7 has long been considered the only alternative to Windows 10, especially since it is the last version of Windows that uses a classic desktop. Many people are not used to the new system and decide to stick to Windows 7 in order to simplify their experience.
However, as Windows 7 support terminates in just a few months, more and more devices are upgraded to Windows 10, which makes perfect sense from a security point of view.
If there are no security patches in the future, Windows 7 is still technically vulnerable to the security vulnerabilities found in the operating system, especially if there are no other mitigating measures. Analysts and technical experts predict that even after the end of support, there will still be a large number of devices using Windows 7, mainly because of the high cost of upgrading to Windows 10 in an enterprise environment due to architectural issues involving existing enterprise applications.