News / UK and world by Press Association March 13, 2019, 11:05 am Send us a story Sign up to our Daily newsletter Microsoft is to start warning users of Windows 7 that the operating system is nearing its end-of-support date, with only 10 months to go until the company stops maintaining the near-decade old software. Notifications informing users of PCs still running Windows 7 will start to appear in April, the tech giant said, and will continue to pop up a “handful of times” throughout 2019 – although there is an option to switch them off. According to NetMarketShare stats, 38% of PCs still run Windows 7, compared with 40% who use the latest version, Windows 10. “By starting the reminders now, our hope is that you have time to plan and prepare for this transition,” said Matt Barlow, corporate vice president of Windows. “These notifications are designed to help provide information only and, if you would prefer not to receive … [Read more...] about Microsoft to start warning Windows 7 users about end of support
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Fiona Kelliher Detroit Free Press Published 6:00 AM EST Dec 3, 2018 Walking into the men’s locker room of the Detroit Yacht Club in 2014 for the first time, Colin Knapp’s friend pointed to the forest-green benches that spanned the length of the room. “Just imagine the butts that have sat on those benches,” he said. It’s impossible to count every derriere. But outside the locker room, the litany of visitors once included the Fords and the Dodges; the Crown Prince Harald V of Norway and the King of Sweden. (The late actor Charlton Heston was once supposedly turned away from a haircut with the club’s barber). Nowadays, the trained eye might spot the faces of General Motors executives, or Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan, who members said recently tucked into a lunch with friends. But Knapp wasn’t a car executive or aspiring young politico. He was a 22-year-old organist fresh out of the University of Michigan, new to Detroit, … [Read more...] about Detroit Yacht Club tries to shed its stuffy image