Most councils still running Windows 7, FoI request finds

Doug Woodburn
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Most councils still running Windows 7, FoI request finds

Freedom of Information request finds that 83 per cent of Windows machines in local authorities are still running ageing operating system, despite support ending in January 2020

Nearly a fifth of local councils have yet to plan a migration away from Windows 7, a Freedom of Information (FoI) request has found, despite its looming end-life date. Microsoft will withdraw support...

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