The Newest Bell For Major Updates Is Windows 10
A computer running Microsoft Corp.'s Windows 10 operating system sits on display during a launch event in Tokyo, Japan, on Wednesday, July 29, 2015. The release of Microsoft's new Windows 10 operating system -- an event that in years past sparked a surge of computer buying -- will do little to ease the four-year sales slump that's been dogging the PC industry. Photographer: Kiyoshi Ota/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Microsoft has yet again emerged in the headlines. This time for its unique feature of being the siren to make the customers give a reminder about their Windows 10 version 1507, and warning them that the system is deemed “end of service” and will stop receiving the monthly security patches. Microsoft will now give a certain cue to the customers that its time to move on and a convenient button is also present to upgrade to the newest features. For instance, right at this juncture, it is the Creators Update.

This is nothing but another effort by Microsoft of leading Windows users towards upgrades they think they don’t need. However, this time Microsoft is being extra cautious regarding the usage of outmoded versions of Windows which have been the root cause of the recent malware attack. They really don’t want to repeat the same mistake and thereby are really restive about the latest OS upgrades. Of course, it won’t harm the PC in anyway. Rather the users will be thankful to Microsoft for creating such a reminding amenity.