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Windows 7 users kb4493132 warning

Discussion in 'Operating Systems' started by David Lake, Mar 20, 2019.

  1. David Lake

    David Lake Master Guru

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    Just a word of warning for anyone else still using Windows 7, kb4493132 adds notifications of the end of support period, avoid it like the plague.
     
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    anticupidon Ancient Guru

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    Windows updates is the bane of my computing experience.
     
  3. epguy19

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    KB4493132 just got re-released Tuesday March 26.
    https://borncity.com/win/2019/03/27/windows-7-update-kb4493132-re-released-03-26-2019/

    fortunately, KB4493132 does not show up on Windows Update when running Enterprise or Pro edition of Win7. that update is only being offered to Win7 users running Home or Ultimate editions.
     
  4. tsunami231

    tsunami231 Ancient Guru

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    avoiding it like the plague is not gona stop the end of support for windows 7, it will stop the nagging though. but that is there for reason to warn people still on it
     

  5. CoMmAnDrX2

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    warlord Ancient Guru

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    Get a life folks. 2009->2019. 10 years with windows 7. You are gonna pass away with old systems nonfunctional.
     
  7. GREGIX

    GREGIX Master Guru

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    Lol, define nonfunctional man, my 7 runs my Vega 7 quite good. And wu disabled, as this always messing something....
     
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    Astyanax Ancient Guru

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    How much is microsoft paying you to shill 10 so hard?
    Get a Life.
     
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    You people here are either unemployed, or won the lottery, or do not know how the world works. You would never want a 10 year product to continue living for another 10 years.
     
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  10. CoMmAnDrX2

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    Drives a 20 year old truck with 220K on it... :rolleyes:

    FYI, most are not bucking moving to a new product just don't want to move to a product they have zero control of and is not very reliable. I've had Windows 7 installed on my home system since 2011 with few to no issues. My Windows 10 system running on my Laptop has given me nothing but problems including loss of BT Audio after the Spring Creators Update 1803 for which Microsoft is aware of that issue.

    I do Computer repair for a living and see an uptick of work around the Spring/Fall Creators forced updates. I've also seen issues come through I've never seen before with previous OS's. So from a Business perspective keep doing what your doing Microsoft, my bank accounts thanks you.

    If Microsoft focused on making Win10 more stable versus shoving more bloat into it they would see more people adopting it. I have clients coming in looking for used systems with either Win7 or Win8 installed on them. Sadly I do have used systems but with Win10 pre-installed and they turn their nose up to them.
     
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    I'm gonna re-iterate what I said before that those using Professional and Enterprise editions of Windows 7 WILL NOT be getting the notifications from the KB4493132 update.

    direct quote from MS support KB article 4493132-

     

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