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Windows 10 upgrade wrapping up

Update | Friday, November 8, 2019

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Do you still have Windows 7 on your employee computer? Compare your start button to the images to the left to find out. That will tell you which version you have.

If you do not have Windows 10, it’s time to upgrade.

The Information Technology division is in the final stages of the transition from Windows 7 to Windows 10. In the past two months, 80 percent of the required upgrades have been completed. The goal is to have 100 percent of employee computers running Windows 10 by the end of this month. 

Microsoft will no longer be providing support for Windows 7 in two months, which is why the update is so vital. Once the support ends in mid-January, your computer would be more vulnerable to security risks. It also would no longer receive software and security updates from Microsoft. 

If you still have Windows 7 on your desktop computer or laptop, contact the IT Support Center at 614-287-5050 or email to schedule your required upgrade. Otherwise, in the coming weeks, this upgrade will run automatically. Once it begins, it cannot be canceled or rescheduled. It will take about two hours. During the update, your computer will restart several times. Minimize disruptions to your work by contacting the Support Center now. 


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