It looks like Windows Vista is about to join Windows XP and all other older versions of Windows OS in Microsoft’s museum volt for old operating systems. It is going to happen in a month’s time when the Redmond company will pull the plug off Windows Vista support.
Not to beat around the bush, come April 11, 2017, Microsoft will stop any further support for Windows Vista. That means any PC still running this old OS will no longer get any security updates, online technical content updates, non-security patches, nor free or paid assistance support.
After a decade of supporting Windows Vista, Microsoft thinks it is now time it moved on to support more important stuff. Like the Windows 10, 8, and perhaps Windows 7. Vista will go to retirement home and join its bigger siblings the Windows XP.
That is not to say that you will no longer be able to use the OS, but as Microsoft explains. Running unsupported OS leaves you at more security risks without a chance of any support from Microsoft.
Other Windows Vista apps long expired
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