Windows 7 will turn 10 years this October, 2019. It means you will only have 3 month before Windows 7 reaches its “end of life” (EOL) date. On January 14, 2010 Microsoft will discontinue to support and software updates for Windows 7.
As of April 18 with the release of patch KB4993132, notification to display reminder the end of support for Windows 7 began to appear. Users can bypass this pop up reminder by just selecting the “Do not remind me again”, then it will stop to nag. However, we strongly recommend to upgrade to Windows 10 in place of bypassing the reminder.
Many of the computers that are still running Windows 7 are about 4 to 5 years old. It means, they are most likely already out of warranty. Not only with aging hardware and performance degradation, but without Microsoft support for security patches your computer will be more vulnerable to ransomware, malware, and other exploits. Windows 10 is more efficient than its predecessors as well as better user experience. Additionally, Windows 10 keeps up major improvements to even better security. You will receive immediate benefits with upgrading to Windows 10.