Microsoft Windows 7 system which was released in 2009 will come to an end on January 14, 2020. Microsoft certainly does not want users to continue using the system, so they will urge users to upgrade to the new system with a full-screen warning.
A Microsoft post today introduced this full-screen warning. As shown in the figure, Microsoft wrote in this warning:
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“Your current Windows 7 PC is out of support. As of January 14, 2020, support for Windows 7 systems has come to an end. Your PC is vulnerable to viruses and malware due to
- no security updates
- no software updates and
- tech support
Microsoft strongly recommends using Windows 10 on your new PC for the latest security features and protection against malicious software”
In the full-screen upgrade notification, there is an option of “Don’t remind me again” in the lower-left corner. In addition, there is also an option of “Remind me later”. Microsoft plans to run a full-screen warning every day at 12 noon after the user logs in to the desktop. If the user clicks the “Don’t remind again” button, the upgrade notification will stop.
At present, Windows 7 still occupies 58.5% of the Chinese market while the Windows 10 system is 21.68%. The third is the XP system with a share of 6.73%.