Are you ready for the end?


Endings are hard. We don’t think they should be.

With Microsoft ending support for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008, users will be left in the dust — and stuck with fatal security gaps in their systems and servers.

Stay safe and up to date. We're getting our clients new Lenovo laptops and desktops loaded with Windows 10 and Windows Server 2019.

Ask about our upgrade.

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What's ending?


Think of "End-of-Life" as the expiry date for your operating system. For Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008, that marks the date when users should upgrade to a new OS and cloud computing service.


After the End of Life date, Microsoft won’t close security vulnerabilities anymore. That means that if you don’t upgrade, your computers will become more and more vulnerable to malware and other security threats over time.

Will I still get support?


Starting January 14th, 2020, you can expect:

  • No more bug fixes from Microsoft
  • No more tech support from Microsoft
  • No more compatibility with future versions of Microsoft software

Basically, you won't get Microsoft's help until you upgrade your operating system. Don’t panic. We're still here and we’ll get you through the transition without fear.