This article is a clever critique of Microsoft’s decision to stop sending security updates for Windows 10 in less than two years. It points out that many customers will be left vulnerable to online attackers or forced to buy new PCs. The article argues that many customers have made it clear to Microsoft that they are not happy about this decision. The author also points out that, in contrast to previous versions of Windows, many Windows 10 users won’t be able to upgrade to a newer version that meets Windows 11’s hardware compatibility requirements. The article suggests Microsoft should consider extending the support deadline for Windows 10 on hardware that isn’t compatible with Windows 11.
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