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New computers provide faster porcessors, more power, built-in security, and they come with a battery that lasts1.
Use a digital pen to edit, doodle, and draw in Word docs, PowerPoint and more2.
Instantly access your Android phone's photos, texts, and more on your computer with Your Phone app3.
Netflix4, Minecraft, Spotify5 and more — if you’re looking to binge, browse or cure boredom, you have options.
Your PC may not come with Office pre-installed.
Type, talk, touch the screen, use a digital pen1 — a new PC powered by Windows 10 gives you options to get things done, however you want to get things done.
Your safety is priceless. It's why Windows 10 provides built-in comprehensive security like facial recognition. From your family to your files, your important assets are protected when Windows 10 is at the heart of your computer.
Stream and search with the speed you need. With faster processors and the latest technology, startups are on average at least two times faster.
1 Based on average times of selected devices; battery life varies significantly with settings, usage and other factors.
2 Requires Office 365 subscription and touchscreen device; pen may be sold separately.
3 Users must link their mobile phone to their PC in PC settings or through Your Phone app from the Microsoft Store. Users will receive an app from Microsoft which they must download to their mobile phone and follow the setup prompts. Requires Android 7.0+.
4 Netflix subscription required, sold separately
5 A free Spotify account is required to stream music. To stream music ad-free, a Spotify Premium account is required. Spotify is in select markets only. Catalog size and service availability varies by market over time. Internet connection required.
After January 14, 2020, if your PC is running Windows 7, it will no longer receive security updates. Microsoft strongly recommends that you move to a new device with Windows 10 preinstalled, which can provide the latest security updates to help keep you and your data safer.
Absolutely not. Your PC will still function unless something happens to the hardware itself. However, after support has ended, your PC will become more vulnerable to security risks and viruses. Windows will continue to start and run, but you will no longer receive security updates from Microsoft. Additionally, Microsoft’s customer support will no longer be providing technical support for Windows 7.
No, nothing will be removed from your PC. We do recommend backing everything up to OneDrive to ensure your data is safe as your computer ages and has a greater risk for hardware failures. That way you will have access to all your documents, files, and photos on both your PC and your smart phone. And if you decide to upgrade to a new Windows 10 PC, your files will automatically synchronize to your new PC.
A 30 Day Business Account allows you to purchase your goods at Officeworks using a line of credit to buy now and pay 30 days from invoice. This will allow you to keep your business spending separate to your personal shopping.
You can continue to use Windows 7, but after support has ended, your PC will become more vulnerable to security risks and viruses. Windows will continue to start and run, but you will no longer receive security updates from Microsoft.
Yes. The look and feel of Windows has been refreshed to help you be more efficient and productive. But don’t worry, it’s still just as easy to navigate and use for all your tasks. And to make it even easier for you, we have built useful tips and tricks directly into Windows 10. Simply type “Tips” to find the Tips app.
As part of our normal lifecycle support policies, Microsoft made a commitment to provide 10 years of product support for Windows 7 when it was released on October 22, 2009.
Windows 7 can still be installed and activated after end of support; however, it will be more vulnerable to security risks and viruses due to the lack of security updates. After January 14, 2020, Microsoft strongly recommends that you use Windows 10 instead of Windows 7.
Your favorite websites can be moved over to your new computer, where they can be imported into the Microsoft Edge browser (Move Internet Explorer favorites to a new PC)
Absolutely. It is easiest to save all your files to OneDrive – that way they will automatically be synchronized down to your new Windows 10 PC. To open and edit the files, you will need Office on your new PC. If you have Office 365, you simply reinstall it on a new PC. Certain older versions of Office may require you to uninstall and reinstall Office on your new PC using the Product Key (Download and install or reinstall Office)
For the best possible experience, we recommend doing a fresh installation of your programs and applications on your new Windows 10 PC. The Microsoft Store has a variety of 3rd party applications, that can be easily downloaded and installed. For any software not currently available in the Microsoft Store we recommend going to that company’s official website and downloading the Windows 10 version from there. In limited circumstances, some older software may not have an updated version that is compatible with Windows 10.
Consumers can expect to begin to receive Windows 7 EOS notifications from Microsoft in April.
To prepare for notifications, we began rolling out an update (KB4493132) on 3/19 to Windows 7 consumer devices. This update will enable notifications to appear a handful of times beginning in April.
As we previously shared in the March 12th blog, Windows 7 customers will only see notifications a handful of times between April 2019 and January 2020. To enable these notifications, the technology that manages notifications will run as a background task daily to control when reminders appear.
As a reminder, we are not confirming specific dates of the notifications beyond “April 2019”. Please encourage partners to direct customers to www.microsoft.com/windows7 as the official source of information on Windows 7 end of support from Microsoft.
Consumer devices running Windows 7 SP1 including Starter, Home Basic, Home Premium and Ultimate. Customers running Windows 7 Professional, Enterprise and Server versions and domain joined devices will not receive notifications.
In speaking with Windows 7 customers, they told us they would like a few courtesy reminders, occasionally, with early enough notice to prepare for their transition. Based on that feedback, we’ll send reminders once a month at most as we approach this important end of support date.
Yes. To turn off notifications, select “Do not notify me again” in the lower left corner of the notification, and then close the window. After they make this selection, they won’t receive any more of notifications about the upcoming end of support date.
Yes. Based on customer feedback our intention is to remind customers a handful of times as we approach the Windows 7 end of support date.
When they close the notification window, it will simply close.
Users could compare what they are seeing to the image published in our customer facing FAQ to verify it is genuinely from Microsoft. Alternatively, rather than clicking on a notification, they can visit www.microsoft.com/windows7 to learn more about Windows 7 end of support and what they need to do to get ready.
As a reminder Microsoft will never send users a notification asking them to call us or directly ask for payment.