Re: Win10 version 1909 end of servicing.


I should add that one choice I didn't state clearly is to use the machine as it is. I don't know if that is a good choice since I don't know what you can't do and how important it is to you.


-----Original Message-----
From: Gene via
Sent: Saturday, April 03, 2021 4:34 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Win10 version 1909 end of servicing.

That's right. I wasn't thinking about the time properly. Having said that,
two months without updates isn't any sort of catastrophe. Have your data
files, music, books, whatever else backed up, as they should be anyway,
browse sites that are considered safe, keep your browsers updated, have your
antimalware definitions current, follow safety rules, and the gap in
protection is unlikely to cause problems and if it does, you will have all
your data files backed up to be placed on the next machine. Keep the drive
you are backing them up on disconnected from the machine when you aren't
using it. You should do that anyway. That way, if the machine should
become infected, your data is much less likely to be affected.

I don't think there is any good way to proceed except these choices::
Continue to use the machine as it is, perform a reset and see what happens,
reinstall Windows from scratch, which I don't think should be done until
after a reset is attempted, or take the machine to a reputable repair place
and see what they find and recommend.

I'm not trying to be dictatorial. I'm telling you what I think the choices
are that make sense. There is a chance, it may be a small or quite a small
one, that the machine won't work or won't work as well after you try a
reset. It may solve your problems, at least temporarily, however. And if
necessary, whatever happens with the reset, you can reinstall Windows from
scratch if you wish or take it to a shop and have it done. If you can't do
things that are important, you may want to try a reset and reinstall Windows
if a reset doesn't work. Either way, there will be considerable work
involved because you will have to reinstall all programs.

I should also say that if you take the machine to a good tech, he/she may
find a way to solve the problems you are having while not doing a reset or
reinstalling Windows. I don't know how likely that is, however, and you may
end up spending more than you want with the result that the problems aren't
solved or that not all are.

-----Original Message-----
From: Janet
Sent: Saturday, April 03, 2021 4:11 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Win10 version 1909 end of servicing.

May 11 2021, is only some weeks away. Jim said he will get the new PC in 3
or 4 months from now.


-----Original Message-----
From: [] On Behalf Of
Sent: Saturday, April 03, 2021 2:42 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Win10 version 1909 end of servicing.

Which means that it is still receiving security and stability updates.
Therefore, there is no security reason to upgrade at this time. the other
computer should be there long before support stops.

-----Original Message-----
From: Janet
Sent: Saturday, April 03, 2021 1:51 PM
To: ''
Subject: [TechTalk] Win10 version 1909 end of servicing.

Hi Everyone,
Well, I just came across this article, and thought I would share, as some
especially Jim might be interested in knowing.

Windows 10, version 1909 end of servicing (Home and Pro)
Published: February 11, 2021
Windows 10,
version 1909 will reach the end of servicing on May 11, 2021. This applies
to the following editions of Windows 10 released in November of 2019:
list of 4 items
. Windows 10 Home, version 1909
. Windows 10 Pro, version 1909
. Windows 10 Pro Education, version 1909
. Windows 10 Pro for Workstations, version 1909
These editions will no longer receive security updates after May 11, 2021.
Customers who contact Microsoft Support after this date will be directed to
update their device to the
latest version
of Windows 10 to remain supported.

Peace Be With You.

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