How to get Windows 7 Security Updates Past January 2020 For Free✅BypassESU tool✅

How to get Windows 7 Security Updates Past
January 2020 I BypassESU tool Do people still use Windows 7? Absolutely. Windows 7 is somewhat the preferred OS choice
of most computer users across the globe. Its flexibility makes it ideal for all classes
of computers, and many people see it as the best Windows version, with little regard for
the newer versions (Win 8/8.1/10). And if they cling to it past January 14 of
this coming year, they’ll have to pay a fee to Microsoft to continue to receive security
updates. Most people won’t do this, as Microsoft’s
paid security updates are geared only toward businesses, but a clever little hack allows
normal people to take advantage of this service—for free. What January 2020 Means to Windows 7 Users? On January 14, 2020, Microsoft will be removing
all exclusive supports currently offered to Windows 7 users. Failure to upgrade would leave their Windows
PCs exposed to malware attacks, bugs, system lags and other forms of security issues. However, if you still want to keep running
Win7 on your PC, for as long as possible, follow through this video. Let’s start the video:
Here’s how the hack generally works. You have to first install three prerequisite
updates to your Windows 7 system: KB4490628, KB4474419, and KB4523206. Restart your system as needed. BY the way if you want to upgrade free from Windows 7 to window
10 then click on card and follow the instructions in video. From there, hit up the My Digital Life forums,
register for a free account, and download the BypassESU tool. Install it, and you should then be able to
install this test Extended Security Update (KB4528069). The BypassESU tool should allow you to circumvent
the check Microsoft puts in place for Extended Security Updates. Once this update installs successfully, you
should even be able to uninstall the BypassESU tool, as you’ll now be authenticated for
future security updates. Conclusion
Windows 7 can still be installed and activated after end of support; however, it will be
more vulnerable to security risks and viruses due to the lack of security updates. After January 14, 2020, Microsoft strongly
recommends that you use Windows 10 instead of Windows 7. Windows 7 obviously the most reliable Windows
version out there, and users are especially impressed with its ease of usage and durability. So, if you still want to keep running your
PC on Win7 after Jan 2020,I think This video will help you. Don’t forget to subscribe for more tips
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