AN EMERGENCY LETTER TO MICROSOFT ABOUT WINDOWS 7


Dear Microsoft,

We are afraid that your decision to end technical support for Windows 7 on January 14, 2020, will make you lose countless customers to your competition. Why? Our survey across the web reveals that many people love 7 so much and hate 10 equally.

Here are a few sample comments on the matter from across the web and recently.










There Mustn't Be A Change
Dear reader, if you support this, please, share it until Microsoft hears it. If you do not support , say it so that they will see the TRUTH as it is. Thank you. Not all changes are positive. The comments gathered above represent what most of your users are saying across the Earth. They reveal that a change from Windows 7 to Windows 10 is not yet a positive change. So, we are asking you to change your mind about ending Windows 7 support this January. At least, you need the extension in order to take time to fix all the bugs being complained of concerning Windows 10.

Alternatively, why not make 7 better with updates rather than stop it entirely yet? Or, why not take time to incorporate the Windows 7 features users like into Windows 10? Don’t you care about your users? Why not hold back your decision for their sake? Will this make you less of a conglomerate?

Like Francis Fleres above remarks,
Why change from what works
to what has so many lacks?

Our children won't trust us
If we don't keep promises we make
But, if we keep promises we never made
And it's obvious it's for their sake
Won't they respect us even when
We admit we'd made a mistake?
I can tell you that when we do,
Nothing really is at stake.


Dear reader, if you support this, please, comment your support and share it until Microsoft hears it. If you do not support , also say it so that they will see the TRUTH as it is. Thank you.

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