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Microsoft sends mixed messages by releasing Chromium-based Edge browser for unsupported Windows 7

betanews Wednesday, 15 January 2020
Windows 7 is officially dead now. Believe it or not, Microsoft has actually done a great job of alerting users of the now-unsupported operating system that it is time to upgrade. Whether or not users take the advice and move to Windows 10 is another story. The company is even displaying full-screen warnings that Windows 7 is unsupported -- a move I applaud. Is it annoying? Yes, but necessary. Staying on Windows 7 is foolish. But now, Microsoft has effectively destroyed all of the positive work it had done with communicating the death of Windows 7. You see, today, the… [Continue Reading]
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