Tech giant Microsoft is calling out anyone who passed on the Windows 10 update, especially those in an enterprise setting, saying Windows 7 is outdated -- and even with patches, it's not secure enough.
Microsoft's once-notorious reputation as a company that's hard to play with has undergone a transformation. A large factor has been Peggy Johnson, Microsoft's executive VP of business development.
Satya Nadella, Microsoft's CEO, has been making the rounds at European tech conferences to promote his vision of how artificial intelligence should be used to help, rather than hurt, people.
It's no secret that Microsoft wants customers to update to Windows 10. Now the firm is saying it's imperative to do so because Windows 7 isn't protected against new malware and other hacking tools.
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