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End of life for Windows 7

Alyssa Sisco

A constant drive to create new features, combined with limited resources, leaves software with an expiration date. Since the goal of most tech companies is to evolve and innovate, they can only lend so much time, money and energy on their old programs. So, software is given what's called an end of life date. On that day, the developer will no longer fix any issues found in the software. Not even Microsoft has the resources to keep software supported forever. So, it's coming time to say goodbye to Windows 7. Windows 7 will no longer receive patches for new bugs or holes discovered as of January 14, 2020.

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Topics: Microsoft Products, Network Security, Alert

Recall: Check your HP notebooks and workstations

Alyssa Sisco

HP has put into effect a recall of certain batteries used in their notebook computers and mobile workstations due to safety concerns. The faulty batteries have the potential to overheat and catch fire or inflict burns, so it is important to check any HP products that could be affected. It is projected that almost 3% of the following HP products sold between December 2015 and December 2017 will be affected:

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Topics: Alert