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Consider upgrading your software to keep your computer safe

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Friday, 24 January 2020

Microsoft have recently reported that Windows 7 has reached the end of its life, meaning it will no longer receive security updates and it’s no longer a safe platform to store your data. As a business Qudos Bank is taking steps to ensure its systems are all up to date and thought it timely to remind our customers to check the reliability and security of the software on their computers.

Windows 7 users who don't upgrade to the new version will no longer be able to get Microsoft's security updates or fixes, or technical support for any issues, leaving your computer at greater risk from viruses and malware. While Windows 10 users have experienced a number of bugs over the years, upgrading remains the best option for keeping your computer safe, analysts say.

For information on how to upgrade for free, read The Verge's article on it. 


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