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Microsoft makes it easier to keep running Windows 7

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Weighing up Windows 10? Microsoft makes it easier for firms to keep running Windows 7

The technology giant releases a bundle of updates for the seven-year-old operating system in the latest move designed to appeal to businesses in no rush to move to Windows 10.

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