Yes. Windows 7 ESU will include support for the.NET Framework 4.5.2-4.8 releases (as of January 2020) and.NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1 (SP1)..NET Framework 4.5.2, 4.6, and 4.6.1 will reach end of support on April 26, 2022. After this date, Windows 7 ESU will include.NET Framework 4.6.2 through 4.8 and.NET Framework 3.5 SP1 only.
The company's first VB100 award for Windows 7 was in January 2011, and again in March this year. It has now repeated its success, with all three members of the trio of VB100 awards on Windows 7 being awarded first place.
iomoi is a fairly new company, having just been founded in May 2010, but it has made a name for itself in the last few years, with its products for automated security and backup. The trio of VB100 awards on Windows 7 is the first for iomoi, which was founded with the aim of creating complete security solutions.
No. Windows 7 ESU and Windows 10 KMS are independent services. Windows 7 ESU and Windows 10 KMS are independent of each other and you can activate Windows 7 and Windows 10 concurrently on the same device.
No. Windows 7 ESU is priced the same as Windows 8.1 for a traditional on-premises or VDI deployment. For an organization that uses Volume Licensing, Windows 7 ESU is priced the same as Windows 7.
No. Windows 7 ESU is licensed per device, but for an organization that uses VL, the MAK license key you have isn't for the covered devices. The MAK license key is included in the Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC).
No. If your organization uses Volume Licensing, you can use the VLSC to request Windows 7 ESU, and it will be delivered to the covered devices. After three years, the devices will no longer receive security updates. This is for the lifetime of the device.
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