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Windows 10 KB4077735 includes a logging issue

Windows 10 KB4077735 includes a logging issue

No support is thus included for Windows 7 or even Windows 8.1 which is only four years old at this moment.

As for the other versions of Windows, currently, they are all flatlining under 10 percent.

In the future, the gap would grow as Windows 7 is slowly becoming obsolete especially since Microsoft pulled mainstream support for the OS. For Windows 10 users, only the Semi-Annual or Long-Term Servicing Channel editions of the OS will run Office's apps.

Microsoft has a reason why they decided to make sure that Office 2019 only works with Windows 10. There are still some people around the globe that are using the out dated Windows XP.

Meanwhile, the Windows 10 Creators Update is touted as the best version of Windows 10 ever by Microsoft itself.

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According to a report from StatCounter, a web analytics firm, in January 2018 Windows 10 surpassed the old favorite Windows 7 in terms of its install base.

Two years ago, Microsoft criticized cleaner and optimizer programs for not providing users with more detailed information about the system errors and security problems they claimed to address. Microsoft has also provided manual instructions to disable the patch through the registry. Windows 10 Creators Update (version 1703) and Fall Creators Update (version 1709) have new end-of-support dates of April 9, 2019, and October 8, 2019, respectively.

Microsoft has confirmed that Office 2019 will ship in the second half of this year, but when it does become available you'll need to have a PC running Windows 10 in order to benefit from the next-gen productivity suite. Office 2019 client apps will be released with Click-to-Run installation technology only, but Microsoft will not be offering MSI deployment for Office 2019 clients, only doing so for Office Server products.

Microsoft also announced yesterday that it will support the latest three releases of Windows 10 - builds 1607, 1703 and 1709 - for an additional six months. The selection of office programs is called Office 2019 and includes new versions of its iconic software, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, SharePoint, Exchange, as well as Skype for Business. Support will be shorter than normal well, Instead of the normal 5 years standard support, and 5 year extended, they are shortening extended support to 2 years. It doesn't handle high-resolution displays (or multiple-monitors) very well, there's no built-in support for things like fingerprint readers or Windows Hello facial recognition, and trying to use a touchscreen on something running Windows 7 could be considered a form of cruel and unusual punishment.