Microsoft will launch Win7 extended security update from April 1

According to previous notices, Microsoft has announced that it will begin selling Windows 7 Extended Security Update Service from April 1, 2019. Windows 7 ESU will be sold by the device and the price will double every year.

After January 14, 2020, Microsoft will

no longer provide security updates or support for PCs running Windows 7. After the support is over, you can continue to use Windows 7, but your PC will be vulnerable to security risks because you won’t be able to get security and feature updates. In order to support such customers, Microsoft announced last year that it will offer paid Windows 7 Extended Security Update (ESU) services by January 2023, as some corporate customers will have difficulty migrating all PCs to Windows 10 by January 14, 2020.

The charging content standards are as follows: Windows 7 Enterprise Edition is $25/set for the first year, $50/set for the second year, $100/set for the third year, $50/set for the first year of Windows 7 Pro, and $100 for the second year/ Taiwan, the third year is $200/set.