Windows 7 Support ending January 2020


As of January 14, 2020, Microsoft will no longer provide security updates or support for PCs running Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008. This means that computers running on Windows 7 will be more vulnerable to security risks and viruses. To avoid these risks, Microsoft recommends upgrading to Windows 10.

To help customers safeguard their personal information, and avoid potential service disruptions, we strongly recommend that desktop customers using Windows 7 upgrade to Windows 10.

Please note: some features may not function at peak performance for systems running Windows 7 from January 14, 2020.

Users may continue using Condo Control Central on Windows 7; however, if you have trouble with your hardware (e.g. your Topaz Signature Pad, Epson Parking Permit Printer or the Dymo Parking Permit Printer breaks or functions slowly), we won’t be able to provide support as the operating system is unsupported.

To learn more on how to upgrade to Windows 10 now or to understand the risks of remaining on Windows 7, go here.


How do I know if my computer is on Windows 7?

Microsoft has instructions to help you find out which version of Windows you are running:


If your computer is already running Windows 10 then no further action is required.

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