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Windows 7 End Of Life - Now what to do?

Windows 7 is End OF Life-What to Do

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Windows 7 End of Life

After January 14, 2020, Microsoft will no longer provide security updates or support for PCs with Windows 7. Upgrade to Windows 10 now to keep your employees productive and secure.

What Does this mean for you and a business.

- No More updates
- No Security Updates
- Newer Programs will mostly likely not be supported.

What are my options ?

1. Upgrade to Windows 10
2. Do a Clean install of Windows 10
3. Buy a New PC or Newer Refurbished PC with Windows 10 installed.

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Upgrading to Windows 10, Here are some options. 

$ 150.00

in Store Clean Install

  • Hard Drive is erased
  • Windows 10 installed
  • Drivers updated

$300.00

in Store Upgrade to Windows 10

Home or Business
  • System Pre Checked for Compatibility (Apps)
  • Windows 7 is Upgraded to Windows 10
  • Preserves all Programs Currently installed
  • Then Security Programs are upgraded and configured for computer

$ 350.00
(Specials for 2 or more Win10 upgrades**)

Remote Upgrade to Windows 10

(Best For Businesses)
  • System Pre Check for Compatibility (Apps)
  • Windows 7 is Upgraded to Windows 10
  • Preserves all Programs Currently installed
  • Check Security Programs
  • Check Peripherial Devices (Printers/Scanners) still Work.
  • All Done over night and remotely for Convenience

Frequently asked questions

A System Pre Check to make sure the computer can handle Windows 10, Then if it can, the system is cleaned of unwanted Programs (not Compatible with Windows 10, and given a system tune up, by scanning and removing Viruses, Malware, Trojans, registry errors, and other old cache files

You can still upgrade to Windows 10 for free in 2019? The short answer is No. Windows users can still upgrade to Windows 10 without shelling out $119. … The free upgrade offer first expired on July 29, 2016 then at the end of December 2017, and now on January 16, 2018

Some people in some instances that have several programs installed on their computer, like Accounting software, CAD, Commercial Software, Database software. Might prefer the in place Windows 10 Upgrade. Because it would preserve the current programs on the computer, for use. (Mostly seen in Business Systems )

A Clean install of Windows 10, Would mean to completely erase the hard drive or replace the hard drive. Then install Windows 10 on the hard drive, update all the drivers, and add printer, scanner, camera, and etc software. Then reinstall all applications (If the customer has the software and licenses.) Such as (examples)Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop, Quickbooks, Accounting software, Database programs (Filemaker, MS Access, SQL Software), and CAD Software.

Clean Installs are great for speeding up a computer, and getting rid of old software. (Great for Gamers), But a clean install will not preserve Email Software, and configuration of other software.

(This is recommended more for Businesses, or Computers that have specific software that needs to kept on the computer.)—- How is Remote upgrade completed. A Customer would fill out a form, in which ComputerVIP would contact this customer by phone to arrange a time to remote in and complete the upgrade and System check of the computer – (usually to be completed over Night.)

Windows 10 is a Product of Microsoft

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