By 3 July 2017 | Categories: news


We're reaching the two year mark for Windows 10, with the first iteration of the operating system reaching end of service, according to Microsoft. Version 1057 of Windows 10, which was the original rollout, will no longer receive monthly updates from the company. 

As such, Microsoft will pushing not-so-subtle notifications to Windows 10 devices that are still sporting the 1057 port of Windows 10, offering up the Creators Update of the operating system. 

While we're not ones to needlessly update when not necessary, it would be in user's best interest to make the switch. According to reports, the most recent spate of malware attacks were spread thanks to Windows 10 operating systems that were not up to date, and therefore susceptible to targeting from ransomware. 

If you've been lax in updating Windows 10, expect some notifications to head your way. 


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