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Windows 7 platform is not obsolete!
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spacedrone808
Posted 2021-08-18 10:04 PM (#2262)
Subject: Windows 7 platform is not obsolete!



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Sharing my results. 5950X as a daily driver under Windows 7 wing:
https://trackerninja.codeberg.page/post/my-daily-driver-rig-based-up...
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tedster
Posted 2021-08-19 2:37 AM (#2263 - in reply to #2262)
Subject: Re: Windows 7 platform is not obsolete!



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Too true, I just put the SSD out of an old AMD machine, running Win 7 Home, into my Thinkpad T430. The bloody thing booted right up, found most of the drivers and didn't even complain about activation!

All my old, crap, games work on win7. They wouldn't do so on win10 without compromises.
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spacedrone808
Posted 2021-08-28 6:56 AM (#2274 - in reply to #2262)
Subject: Re: Windows 7 platform is not obsolete!



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Maybe some interested in support dates of Windows 7.
https://trackerninja.codeberg.page/post/the-end-of-windows-7-timelin...
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spacedrone808
Posted 2022-06-15 8:32 AM (#2383 - in reply to #2262)
Subject: Re: Windows 7 platform is not obsolete!



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1. 2023.01.10 - ESU EOL
2. 2024.01.09 - Server ESU EOL
3. 2024.10.08 - POS ESU EOL

Considering these dates and strong Win7 enthusiast community i can surely say that Windows 7 will easily outlive marginal windows 10 with it's eol around 2025.

Edited by spacedrone808 2022-06-15 8:33 AM
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