Microsoft has issued a reminder today about the upcoming end-of-support date for Windows 11 21H2. Alongside that, the company has also stated that it will force push 22H2 or 23H2 on such PCs.
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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.
Mozilla has released Firefox 115. It's the last version of the browser that'll support Windows 7 and 8, as well as some older macOS versions. These users will be migrated to Firefox 115 ESR.
Sadly for AMD users, the company has dropped support for Vega with the latest ROCm update as it continues working on Windows support. Meanwhile, rival Nvidia still supports GPUs from way back in 2015.
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.
Mozilla has finally announced the end of support date for its browser on now-dead Windows versions. If you run Windows 7, 8, or 8.1, rest assured, knowing Firefox will be getting updates for a while.
May 30, 2023, marks the end of support for the second-generation Surface Book. This unique and powerful laptop-tablet combo will no longer receive firmware updates with drivers and fixes.
Microsoft has again reminded users about the end of life date for Windows 10 21H2 that is coming up next month. The company will force-update devices to 22H2 and has reminded about Windows 11.
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 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.
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.
Last month, Microsoft silently pushed an update KB5021751 to Windows systems. The company has now added more details regarding the user information that it collected with this update.
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.
Google will end Chrome support for Windows 7 and 8.1 in February 2023. The search giant recommends that users upgrade their devices to Windows 10 or 11 to continue receiving updates.
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.
Although this was a fairly regular week in the world of Microsoft, for Neowin it still means a lot of news to cover in the past few days. If you missed anything, check out our handy recap here!
Windows 10 version 20H2 also called the Windows 10 October 2020 update is reaching the end of servicing in May this year. Earlier today, Microsoft put out a support document to remind its users.
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.
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.
If you're part of an organization or are a consumer that is heavily dependent on Internet Explorer 11 for your daily activities and are worried about its retirement, here's what you need to do.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Ubuntu 16.10, codenamed Yakkety Yak, has stopped receiving support today, nine months after its release. If you are running this release, it's time to upgrade to the newer Ubuntu 17.04.
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.
RHEL 5 and derivatives based on this release reached end-of-life in the last few days. Systems running the operating system must be updated to version 6 or 7 to continue getting updates.
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.
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.
After more than a year since the support for Windows XP was cut off, it has been discovered that a remarkable percentage of computers in Europe are still running the 14-year old OS.
The Internal Revenue Service of the United States is reportedly still running Windows XP on its computers along with other auditing software that is at least a couple of decades old.
Over twelve years after its launch, Microsoft has finally consigned Windows XP to the great Recycle Bin in the sky, terminating its support for the ageing operating system for users across the globe.