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Google will no longer support Android 4.4 KitKat on Google Play Services after August 2023. The company says less than 1% of active devices use KitKat, making it inefficient to maintain.
Microsoft has issued a heads-up for those still using the original Windows 11 release, version 21H2: the operating system will soon reach the end of life, so it is time to plan an upgrade.
Canonical has said Ubuntu 22.10 Kinetic Kudu will reach end of life on July 20. For this reason, it's important to upgrade to Ubuntu 23.04 so that you will continue to get important security updates.
May 9, 2023, marks the end of servicing for the remaining SKUs of Windows 10 version 20H2. Starting today, Microsoft no longer provides support for Enterprise, Education, and IoT editions.
Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 8.1 support for Steam client is ending next year. First announced last month via the beta update, Valve is now pushing this end of life alert to all users.
The 2013 edition of SharePoint Server web-based collaboration tools will no longer be supported after today. The company is still supporting the 2016 and 2019 editions for a while longer.
The end of support date for Windows 10 version 21H2 is around two months away, which is why Microsoft has published a reminder for upgrading to newer supported Windows 10 versions, or Windows 11.
Windows 7 and Windows 8 users will lose access to their Steam games if they don't switch to using a more modern operating system. Valve is dropping support for three legacy platforms soon.
Microsoft has issued a 31-day warning for Exchange Server 2013 users. On April 11, 2023, the software will no longer be kept secure by Microsoft so users need to migrate to alternative solutions.
Ubuntu 18.04 LTS and Linux Mint 19.x will lose support this April. Anyone still running these or other Ubuntu 18.04-based distributions is urged to upgrade systems to stay protected.
Since 2020, Microsoft has been keeping Windows 7 alive via paid security updates delivered through Windows 7 ESU SKUs. Unfortunately for Windows 7 users, all of that is ending very soon.
Windows 8.1 is reaching end of life next week, which means it will stop receiving security updates and technical support. Of course, Microsoft recommends upgrading to Windows 11, ideally on a new PC.
Are your PCs running Windows 8.1? You might want to consider upgrading them to a more modern OS like Windows 10 or 11 soon, as Windows 8.1 will reach its end-of-support date exactly a month from now.
Macrium Software has announced the end of life for its Macrium Reflect Free edition. Except security patches, the free version itself won't be receiving new features and bug fixes.
Microsoft has reminded users about the upcoming end of support for Windows 8.1, that's happening soon. With that, the Redmond giant has asked users to move to Windows 11 or 10 on a new PC.
Intel is officially going to kill the Pentium and Celeron brandings 30 years after the former was first introduced. The company said its mobile SKUs will lose this branding next year.
Microsoft has reminded those sticking to older Windows 10 versions that version 21H1 will soon reach its end of life. The company will stop providing support to Windows 10 21H1 in December 2022.
Microsoft recently reminded its customers that it is time to move on and upgrade from Office 2013 to newer releases. The company plans to cease supporting the app suite in one year on April 11, 2023.
Microsoft has issued a warning saying that people need to get off Windows 10 1909 and 20H2 as they approach their end of life. After May 10, neither version will receive important updates.
Canonical will be ending updates for Ubuntu 21.04 on January 20. This gives you a week to upgrade your systems to Ubuntu 21.10 before they become unsafe to use and vulnerable to malware.
The Fedora Project has announced the retirement of Fedora 33 just 13 months after its official release. It introduced some fairly big changes with the inclusion of GNOME 3.38 and BTRFS.
.NET 5, which is the predecessor to the newly launched .NET 6, will be reaching its end of support in six months' time as the previous .NET does not feature Microsoft's LTS support level.
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.
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.