After a devastating wrong turn with Vista, Microsoft is back on its game with Windows 7. Sure, Windows 7 has annoyances – such as touting attractive features, but making most of them available only to those who pay extra for Enterprise (or Ultimate). But Windows 7 Enterprise delivers a plethora of improvements to justify the cost and pain of migration. The security benefits you could reap by upgrading to Windows 7 Enterprise include the following.
Regarding providing support for Chrome on Windows 7, Google seems to have run out of patience. The most popular browser in the world will stop receiving
Microsoft no longer supports Windows 7, which means your computer is at risk. The FBI has some tips for you and your business.