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  1. Already ?? Welcome, Windows 7 users, to the day you’ve been dreading: the end of mainstream support. Starting Tuesday, Microsoft will stop pushing out new features, end free support and halt any update not related to security for its six-year-old operating system. That’s the bad news. The good news: The 56% of desktop users still running Windows 7 can expect Microsoft’s “extended support” until 2020. Microsoft’s slow and steady effort to stamp out Windows 7 in favor of Windows 8.1 is not new. The company ended consumer retail sales last November (no more Windows 7 boxes in stores), though it
  2. We would like to thank to Jose Rendon Gonzales, Harry J Hightower, Leigh Clark and Peter Herngaard for donating to Wincert.net. With these funds we will cover our site expenses. Kind regards, Nik
  3. Hey Liam! Microsoft release a SP1 (GDR1 called "Update 1") for Win8.1 at 4# April. (Official 8#). Example: http://www.tomshardware.com/news/windows-8.1-gdr1-windows-9-windows-phone-threshold,25861.html My ask, what you think about maybe Slipstream-Support in WinToolKit? It exist some pre-releases (beta) for you can test it with maybe. What you think if or when its possible this feature? That would be awesome. And have anybody a hint when possible available a Win8.1.1 MSDN ISO? Greez BTW: Mhh... GDR1, maybe it exist LDR1? Of course I wanna have it!
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