Still running Windows 7?

Ignoring the security threat could cost you a small fortune

Windows 7 End of life subjects your machine to cyber attacks if you're still running Windows 7.
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ANY BUGS IN WINDOWS 7 WILL NOT BE PATCHED

We have important security news for you if your device is still running on Windows 7 after the Windows End of Life date.

The date of Windows 7 End of Life was 14th of January; “make sure you don’t login to your online banking portal if you’re still using Windows 7″, says UK’s cyber security agency. The agency forecasts a dark cloud over the security for users who have still not migrated to Windows 10. In other words, users like you, might already be subject to losing a small fortune due to lack of security of your Operating System when logging to your online banking, and even to your email accounts.

Due to the out-of-date security that Windows 7 will now provide, it places you at a higher risk to cyber-attacks and dangerous software bugs

Microsoft will not fight any widespread cyber-attacks on the old operating system. Instead, the best option is to migrate your computer to the newer operating system Windows 10 or buy a new machine (or a Grade A refurbished) which will come with the newest operating system to keep you safe!

Whether you’re looking to migrate your operating system or to upgrade your machine, our business can help you to tackle this! At the core of our services, we provide custom made SLAs and can upgrade your devices memory and hard drives on top of our robust refurbished and new product ranges!

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