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Bill Gates leaves Microsoft and Berkshire boards in historic milestone for tech pioneer –

Bill Gates leaves Microsoft and Berkshire boards in historic milestone for tech pioneer – | GLOBAL TECHNOLOGY TODAY | Scoop.it
Bill Gates is leaving Microsoft’s board, 45 years after co-founding the company with his childhood friend Paul Allen. Gates also announced that he is stepping down from the board of Berkshire Hathaway, led by his friend and philanthropic partner Warren Buffett. Gates, 64, wrote in a post on LinkedIn…
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10 Days of 10 Cent Deals in the Windows Store Starts Today

10 Days of 10 Cent Deals in the Windows Store Starts Today | GLOBAL TECHNOLOGY TODAY | Scoop.it
It’s been an incredible year, with over 110 million devices already running Windows 10 and millions of people enjoying innovations like Cortana, Microsoft Edge, Xbox and more. With the recent avail…
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HOLY COW - look at what 10 cents will buy....

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RIP, Windows 7: Microsoft ending updates and security support for popular operating system –

RIP, Windows 7: Microsoft ending updates and security support for popular operating system – | GLOBAL TECHNOLOGY TODAY | Scoop.it
One year ago, Microsoft began the doomsday countdown for Windows 7, promising to end support for the stubbornly popular operating system. Today, that clock hit zero, leaving millions of Windows 7 holdouts vulnerable to future security risks.

End of support doesn’t mean Windows 7 will suddenly disappear. But Microsoft will no longer ship security or quality updates for the operating system, nor will it provide technical support.

Businesses and educators using Windows 7 can get additional security updates, but it will cost them. Microsoft is charging $25 per machine for these updates, and that cost will double several times over the next few years.
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the end was inevitable - farewell Windows 7 (but it is NOT disappearing)

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