The OneDrive sync client will be reaching end of support on macOS 10.12 and 10.13 next month. Moving forward, only the three most recent versions of the operating system will be supported.
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Canonical has announced that Ubuntu 20.10 Groovy Gorilla will lose suppose from July 22. It's imperative that users migrate to Ubuntu 21.04 or Ubuntu 20.04 LTS before this date to stay safe.
The Linux Mint 18.x series has now reached end of life. Users are urged to back up their data and perform a clean install of Linux Mint 20.1. Linux Mint's Backup Tool allows you to back up easily.
Adobe Flash Player will lose support from January 1 and will no longer be available for download. The browser plugin has greatly declined in importance in the last few years as HTML5 was adopted.
Fedora 31 is set to reach its end of life next Tuesday. People that are still running this old version of Fedora are strongly urged to upgrade their system before they stop receiving security updates.
Today, Microsoft is ending support for Windows 10 version 1809 in its Windows 10 Home and Windows 10 Pro SKUs. Windows 10 Enterprise and Education are still supported for another six months.
Canonical is set to stop updating Ubuntu 19.10 in mere days. Those still running this operating system are advised now to upgrade to Ubuntu 20.04 in order to keep their systems secure.
For businesses still using Windows 10 version 1709, Microsoft is extending support to ease the impact from the COVID-19 coronavirus. Support will now end on October 13 instead of April.
After seemingly ending support for Windows 7 on January 14, Microsoft will be rolling out another update for everyone to fix an issue caused by the last update to the operating system.
This week was the first Patch Tuesday of 2020, as well as the final set of updates for Windows 7, Server 2008 R2, and Windows 10 Mobile. Halo CE testing was also confirmed, and more. Catch up below.
Microsoft's Windows 10 Mobile was supposed to be sunsetted last month, but it was inexplicably revived for a month. Today, it should finally reach its end of support, with no more updates.
It's the end of an era. As Microsoft has been saying would happen for years now, the company is ending extended support for Windows 7 as of today. It just got its final security update.
The UK's GCHQ has warned people that they should stop using Windows 7 for sensitive activities from tomorrow. Windows 7 will no longer receive security updates leaving systems vulnerable to malware.
Although the company said the operating system was officially no longer supported, it decided to change its mind on Windows 10 Mobile. The support cutoff has now been extended to mid-January.
Microsoft outlined its plans for the end of support of Windows 7 today, explaining that users will get a full-screen warning that their PC is no longer supported, and to get a Windows 10 PC.
It's been a long time coming, but Microsoft's Windows 10 Mobile will no longer be supported after today. It will get its final update with today's Patch Tuesday batch of cumulative updates.
Today is Patch Tuesday, and it's the last day of support for Windows 10 version 1803 if you're running Home or Pro SKUs. Enterprise and Education SKUs are still supported for another year.
Windows 10 version 1703 got its final update today, making it the second version of the operating system ever to reach the end of support, after 1511 support expired last year in April.
The latest version of Project Service Automation includes usability improvements in the form of bug fixes. As a reminder, legacy versions of the application will reach end-of-life in February.
Canonical is set to pull support for Ubuntu 18.10 on Thursday. It's recommended that if you still run this version that you update to Ubuntu 19.04 now so that you continue to receive security updates.
The Fedora Project has announced the End Of Life status for Fedora 28. Those still running that version should upgrade to ensure that they continue to receive software and security updates.
Microsoft posted an end of support page for Windows 10 Mobile this week, saying that new backups for devices will stop working on March 10, 2020. The end of support date remains December 10.
The Fedora Project has announced the End Of Life status for Fedora 27. Those still using that version should upgrade to ensure that they continue to receive software and security updates.
Five years after its launch, Amazon has decided to end its Fire tablet live video support service, Mayday. The feature will be discontinued this month according to a customer support page.
The Fedora Project has announced that Fedora 26 has reached the end of its life as of May 29th. If you're still using this release, it's very important that you upgrade to get security updates.
Nvidia announced plans to end support for 32-bit operating systems at the end of last year, but it wasn't made clear until when. The company will provide critical security updates until January 2019.
TomTom, the firm that specialises in sat nav devices, has announced the deprecation of some of its older models, claiming that they can no longer keep up with new map and software updates.
Ubuntu 17.04 will reach end of life on Saturday following nine months of updates. Users of the release should be looking to move to Ubuntu 17.10 or Ubuntu 16.04 LTS before updates stop.
After more than two years of life, Microsoft support for the original version of Windows 10 Mobile, 1511, ends today. If users haven't done so yet, they should update to a newer version of the OS.
Amazon quietly updated its Help and Customer Service page for its Music storage subscriptions to show that it will be retiring the service. New subscriptions won't be accepted after January 15.
Fedora 25, which launched over one year ago with the new Wayland display server, has now reached end-of-life meaning it'll no longer be updated. You should now upgrade to a newer version of Fedora.
HTC has announced that its Android web browser, HTC Internet, will be unsupported after November 30th, 2016. The company is urging people to export their bookmarks and switch to other browsers.
Ubuntu 15.10 Wily Werewolf, launched in October, has today reached end-of-life. Users should upgrade to the Ubuntu 16.04.1 to continue to receive security updates through the update manager.
The first generation Moto 360 will not be receiving the recently announced major update to Android Wear 2.0, leaving the early adopters with an end-of-life device just two years after its release.
Windows Vista will stop receiving extended support in exactly a year. Microsoft shouldn't have issues getting people to move to a new version of Windows, like it has with Windows XP hangers on.
Microsoft says that it will end support for Skype for TV in June, with no further updates or improvements, and warns that some manufacturers may remove the app "from some or all of their models".
After confirming in December that it was ending Firefox OS development for phones, Mozilla has said that it will "end-of-life support for smartphones after the Firefox OS 2.6 release" in May.
Microsoft has recently announced that it will stop supporting Internet Explorer versions 8, 9, and 10. With this, a final patch will be installed, informing users to upgrade their web browser.
Although Windows 10 Mobile has yet to arrive on a majority of eligible handsets, Microsoft has set an EOL date that will see support for the mobile OS end in 2018.
Microsoft has decided to retire Zune music services, on devices and PCs, asking users to transition to Groove Music.