Windows 7 has been granted more time by its maker to serve its purpose. This statement is quite clear that Windows has finally heard the customer’s complain for the annoying Windows 8, and decided to give Windows 7 one more chance before it expires on October 31, 2016.

What happens after the expiration date of October 31, 2016? All PCs must be ready to be pre-installed with Windows 10. However, the cut-off date does not mean that you need to change your Operating System to Windows 10 immediately. For those of you who are still comfortable with Windows 7 you can still receive extended supports, such as technical assistance and product updates (should Microsoft feel like it) until 2020.

Its good news for retailers who sold PCs with Windows 7 installed. They can still rake some fortune for one more year It is much more comfortable for users than Windows 8 as the fact that Windows 7 Pro is more popular than Windows 8 Pro.