Microsoft to only support Windows 10 on Intel Kaby Lake, AMD Bristol Ridge, Snapdragon 820
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Windows 7, 8, 8.1 updates for Skylake systems to end on July 17, 2017

In a rather authoritarian, sweeping effort to increase its worldwide Windows 10 install base, Microsoft has announced it will end support for operating systems older than Windows 10 on newer chipset platforms, including Intel’s Skylake, in a year and a half from now, and that Windows 10 will be the only supported Windows OS on new chipset platforms going forward in 2016.

Microsoft raises the upgrade pressure
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But not on me

I am getting slightly annoyed. Why am I the only person in the world who is not being nagged my Microsoft to upgrade to Windows 10.

Windows 10 will be the biggest OS ever
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Maybe Apple will support it

Beancounters at analyst outfit Gartner have decided that Windows 10 will eventually be the most successful of Redmond's creations.

Windows 10 take-up drops dramatically
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Too good to be true

Latest figures show that Windows 10's meteoric growth has finally been checked, according to NetmarketShare.

Don't upgrade to Windows 10 warns Sony
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Still half baked. 

Sony has warned owners of its Vaio systems not to upgrade to Windows 10 yet.

Windows 10 will replace eight soon
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Did in two weeks what eight did in six months

Windows 10 has grown faster in two weeks than its predecessor did in six months and it will probably replace the older OS in a few months.

iOS copies Windows 8
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Exterminate the desktop

The fruity cargo cult, Apple, which  has never been afraid of taking people's useless ideas and turning them into money, has decided to copy Microsoft's least favourite idea – killing off the desktop in Windows 8.

Apple expels Windows 7 from garden of earthy delights
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Lost the business case 

Fruity cargo cult Apple has decided that Microsoft's venerable Windows 7 needs to be expelled from its walled garden of earthly delights.

Kills off Windows 7

$49 adapter gets it connected