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Avast: Windows XP users already attacked 6 times more often than Windows 7 users

The words of warning about Windows XP's impending end-of-life are no joke. After April 8, Microsoft will stop supplying security patches for the 13-year-old operating system--and a recent blog post by Avast, provider of one of the more popular free antivirus solutions around, drives home just how dangerous using Windows XP beyond that is. » zum Artikel

3 ways to get a new Windows 7 PC in the Windows 8 era

If any word most accurately describes Windows 8, it's "divisive." Microsoft's finger-first, device-agnostic reimagining of Windows draws haters like flies and has played some part--how large a part is up in the air--in driving PC sales off a cliff since its launch. Even so, Microsoft isn't backing down, and Windows 8 and its Live Tiles are darn near ubiquitous in stores. » zum Artikel

Windows 7, XP vulnerabilites rose in 2013, security firm finds

The number of vulnerabilities found in Microsoft's Windows 7 and XP operating systems doubled last year over 2012, with the highest number of flaws reported in Windows 8, according to new research from Secunia. » zum Artikel

Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols: Windows 7 lives!

XP fans might finally have to get over it. Their favorite Windows operating system is on its deathbed. Oh, die-hards can keep running XP, but that's just asking for trouble. If you can't bring yourself to give up on Windows -- and you can't stand Windows 8.x -- I've suggested that you stick with Windows 7. So guess what. Microsoft is going to let you keep buying new business PCs with Windows 7 Professional ... » zum Artikel

Microsoft sets Oct. 31 as stop date for Windows 7 consumer PC sales

Microsoft has set Oct. 31 as the end of sales of new consumer-grade Windows 7 PCs, but for now has left open the do-not-sell-after-this-date for business machines. » zum Artikel

Microsoft stays the execution of Windows 7 PCs for business, but not for pleasure

First, the good news: Microsoft has extended the end-of-life date for PCs that come pre-installed with Windows 7. Now for the bad news: It won't matter to you unless you're willing to splurge on a business machine, as the stay of execution only affects computers pre-loaded with Windows 7 Professional. » zum Artikel

Microsoft confirms 200 million Windows 8 licenses sold: Still short of Windows 7

Microsoft has confirmed that Windows 8 has crossed the 200 million mark in license sales. » zum Artikel

HP sticks thumb in Microsoft's eye, discounts consumer Windows 7 PCs

Hewlett-Packard today launched a new online promotion that discounts several consumer PCs by $150 when equipped with Windows 7, saying the four-year-old OS is "back by popular demand." » zum Artikel

Ouch: HP brings Windows 7 'back by popular demand'

With Windows 8 bearing a good share of the blame for the declining PC market, HP is falling back on Windows 7 for its latest marketing push. The world's second largest computer maker recently began promoting PCs loaded with Windows 7 on its U.S. website, buoyed by an email marketing push. » zum Artikel

Windows 7 gets reprieve for PC makers

If you're still in the market for a Windows 7 PC, you can breathe a sigh of relief. They're still available. » zum Artikel

Microsoft retracts Windows 7 PC end-of-sales deadline

As quietly as Microsoft defined the dates it would stop selling Windows 7, over the weekend it revised its end-of-sales deadlines again, saying it had made a mistake. » zum Artikel

Microsoft backtracks on when it will stop selling Windows 7

Microsoft has waffled over the past few days about how long it will continue to sell Windows 7, initially stating that it had already stopped shipping the operating system to retailers and OEMs, but shifting the status over the weekend to "to be determined." » zum Artikel

Microsoft ends Windows 7 retail sales

Microsoft has quietly ended retail sales of Windows 7, according to a notice on its website. » zum Artikel

IE 11 for Windows 7 speeds up and adds WebGL support

It doesn't get more newsy here than a full-point release of a Web browser--in this case, Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 7. Already available for Windows 8, the W7 release is still big news, as many users have yet to move to the Redmond giant's latest operating system. » zum Artikel

Yoga styles and Windows 7: Dell XPS 11 hybrid, refreshed XPS 13 Ultrabook hit the streets

The teasing is finally over. We got our first look at Dell's Yoga-esque XPS 11 2-in-1 convertible Ultrabook in June, and Dell followed up with a deeper look at the device in October. Now, after nearly half a year of build-up, the latest addition to Dell's Windows 8 line-up is available for sale, alongside a refreshed XPS 13 Ultrabook. » zum Artikel

Dell Latitude E6540: Windows 7 lives on in this business-class desktop replacement

With Windows 7 as its operating system, Dell's Latitude E6540 feels like a throwback. Whether that's a good thing depends on what you're looking for in a business-class laptop. If you want a comfortable, expandable machine to take the place of a desktop, this might be just what the IT department ordered. But you'll have to contend with a dull, dated design and a high price tag. » zum Artikel

Microsoft ships IE11 for Windows 7

Microsoft today released Internet Explorer 11 (IE11) for Windows 7, and announced it would soon start pushing it to customers as an automatic update. » zum Artikel

Best parts of Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 7 are for Windows 8 users

Microsoft released its Internet Explorer 11 browser for Windows 7 on Thursday, providing a nominal speed boost versus IE10, including performance-enhancing technologies such as pre-rendering and pre-fetching. » zum Artikel

As businesses flee the coming 'XPocalypse,' they're turning to Windows 7, not 8

If your IT department is scrambling to ditch Windows XP before support for the operating system ends next April, the odds are very good that you'll soon be running Windows 7--and not Windows 8.1, which Microsoft says it will officially release Thursday morning. » zum Artikel

Microsoft ships tool to block IE11 on Windows 7

Microsoft on Friday shipped a toolkit to block Internet Explorer 11 (IE11) from automatically installing on Windows 7 PCs, a signal that the new browser will release in the next few weeks. » zum Artikel

Enterprises will snub Microsoft's faster release tempo by sticking with Windows 7

Enterprises will standardize on Windows 7 and Office 2010 and will ignore Microsoft's newer operating system and suite for years, research firm Gartner predicted. » zum Artikel

Microsoft pushes faster, touch-friendly IE11 preview onto Windows 7

Microsoft pushed a preview of its Internet Explorer 11 to Windows 7 users on Wednesday, adding a bit more speed to its already touch-friendly features. » zum Artikel

Microsoft ships upgraded preview of IE11 for Windows 7

Microsoft today shipped a more polished preview of Internet Explorer 11 (IE11) for Windows 7. » zum Artikel

Yes, you can still upgrade to Windows 7

Arcticsid knows he can't continue using Windows XP. He asked the Windows forum about upgrading to Windows 7 rather than Windows 8. » zum Artikel

Windows 8 Update: Best liked Microsoft tip: ‘I hate windows 8. How can I deinstall it and load windows 7

It's been a tough week for Window 8 and Microsoft Surface tablets, highlighted in this discovery by DoMiN8ToR on the MyCE Web site : The best liked tip in the Windows8 section of Microsoft Community is "How do I downgrade to Windows XP Windows 8 Sucks bad." » zum Artikel

Microsoft bringt Internet Explorer 11 für Windows 7 heraus

Für Touch-Displays optimiert: Microsoft bringt seinen neuen Internet Explorer 11 jetzt auch für das Betriebssystem Windows 7 heraus. Entwickler können eine erste Version des Browsers ab sofort herunterladen, teilte Microsoft mit. » zum Artikel

Microsoft ships IE11 preview for Windows 7

Microsoft today released a preview of Internet Explorer 11 (IE11) for Windows 7, making good on a June promise to add Windows' most popular edition to the browser's run list. » zum Artikel

Microsoft releases developer edition of IE11 for Windows 7

Not unexpectedly, Microsoft announced the developer version of Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 7 on Thursday, bringing Microsoft's last-generation OS onto its latest browser platform. » zum Artikel

Internet Explorer 11 will land on Windows 7... someday

With Internet Explorer 11, Microsoft isn't abandoning older versions of Windows just yet. » zum Artikel

Microsoft promises IE11 on Windows 7

Microsoft today confirmed that Internet Explorer 11 (IE11) will be ported to Windows 7, but declined to name a release date. » zum Artikel


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Microsoft hat nun eine Frist festgelegt, bis zu der noch Windows-7-PCs für Endverbraucher erhältlich sein werden. Bis zum 31. Oktober dürfen Rechner mit den für Consumer gedachten Versionen von Windows 7 noch ausgeliefert werden. Für Business-PCs mit Windows 7 Pro gilt dieser Stichtag nicht, diese werden auch danach noch erhältlich sein.
The words of warning about Windows XP's impending end-of-life are no joke. After April 8, Microsoft will stop supplying security patches for the 13-year-old operating system--and a recent blog post by Avast, provider of one of the more popular free antivirus solutions around, drives home just how dangerous using Windows XP beyond that is.
Bei Windows-Updates bleiben die ersetzten Dateien als Kopie auf dem PC, um die Aktualisierungen auf Wunsch rückgängig machen zu können. Die Datenträgerbereinigung konnte bisher nur die Reste von Service Packs entfernen, von separat installierten Updates nicht - was viel Platz kostet.