Many people will likely see the notice. Data from Net Applications indicated that Windows 7 accounted for nearly 40.2 percent of desktop usage in February, or slightly more than Windows 10. The question of whether to pay attention to the message is another story. Many of these people either work with PCs that are struggling with Windows 1
There is a strong incentive to take a leap, at least for companies and institutions. When official support ends, Microsoft will provide only consistent security updates for companies that pay for extended support, which ends in 2023. This very rarely makes exceptions for cases like the WannaCry ransomware outbreak. Although upgrading from Windows 10 does not necessarily protect against security threats, attacks are at least prevented if solutions have been available for years.