Microsoft Will Prompt Windows 7 Users Toward Windows 10 In April
This is definitely a gray area and something which will likely not be welcomed by many Windows 7 users, especially those who hold it near and dear and don't relish the thought of losing it. The image above perhaps reflects the thought of going from something considered stable to something considered "sketchy" but that is the only intended inference and we must remember that Windows 10 is the current and only Microsoft OS for the foreseeable future at this time. You can get used to it and many aspects are improvements so Microsoft has decided it's time to give Windows 7 users a little nudge toward adopting Windows 10 and according to a Microsoft Blog entitled "Making the transition to Windows 10 and Office 365" by Matt Barlow (Corporate Vice President, Windows) they will begin doing exactly that next month. It is stated in that blog that "you can expect to see a notification appear on your Windows 7 PC" and it's described as a courtesy reminder. What is clear about this is that Microsoft wants everybody moved over to Windows 10 (and Office 365) as soon as they can make it happen and they will be certain you are reminded of that fact using this transition to Windows 10 and Office 365 notification.