By: Paz Sharma / April 11, 2017

Is it the end of Microsoft Windows Vista?

Yes, after 10 years of service Microsoft has now put an end to support their well-known operating system Microsoft Vista. This particular operating system was known for its failure among its other sister operating systems from Microsoft. With ongoing faults and bugs back in the day Microsoft had lost a lot of money implementing this operating system. The operating system Vista dates back to 2007 when the first iPhone had hit the market.

With no further updates from Microsoft, this means that systems with Vista on them will now be vulnerable as no security firmware will be updated so we do advise everyone to upgrade their system if possible. The alternative option is to upgrade to Windows 10 which is the latest version of Windows. It is also said that Windows will not be releasing a Windows 11 as it will follow the steps of its competitor Apple and release later versions of its current operating system



About Paz Sharma

Marketing Director of and author of UK's bestselling online marketing book 'The Google Checklist'. Paz joined the team at HeartCMS in 2015 and loves to help small to medium size businesses understand the world of online marketing.

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