Support for Microsoft 365 apps and services on Internet Explorer 11 has ended today. Users should expect a degraded experience, no new features, connectivity issues, and no support moving forward.
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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.
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.
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.
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.
A Store listing has begun prompting all users running Windows 10 Mobile to update their PC as the Anniversary update nears the end of support. However, the prompt redirects to a PC update tool page.
According to Microsoft's Windows lifecycle fact sheet, the company is slated to end support for Windows 10 for PCs version 1511 tomorrow. It's recommended that you upgrade your machine.
Mozilla has just announced that it will officially end support for its Firefox browser on both Windows XP and Vista, joining the likes of Google and Microsoft which should prompt you to upgrade soon.
WhatsApp has revised its end-of-support dates for several platforms, adding 18 months of support for Nokia S40 devices. But Windows Phone 8, BlackBerry OS and BB10 devices will lose support this year.
Although the OS hasn't received an update in years, mainstream support for Windows Phone 8.1 ends on July 11, which means that Microsoft may no longer provide existing updates for handsets.
The original version of Windows 10 - that is version 1507 - is reaching the end of its lifecycle. Microsoft will no longer be issuing security updates to machines running this iteration of the OS.
Today, Microsoft cuts off support for Windows Vista, unveiled roughly 10 years ago. We take a look back during its release, and give you a nostalgia-filled unboxing video of the operating system.
Extended support for Windows Vista is ending in less than 30 days. After this time lapses, Microsoft will stop providing security updates to the OS, leaving computers running it vulnerable to threats.
Microsoft has cautioned that some of its older software products are reaching end of support soon. The company has detailed workarounds and upgrade paths for each of them as well.
As part of Apple's announcement of OS X's name change to macOS and the unveiling of its new version, SIerra, the new operating system has officially dropped support for older Macs in the past decade.
Dropbox has warned Windows XP users to upgrade to a new operating system as it plans to make the Dropbox desktop app stop working on the 15-year-old system. Support ends on August 29th.