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Windows 10 Upgrade Information

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Olympus officially ended support for ODMS v6.4 on March 31st 2019. Users are urged to upgrade to ODMS R7 for continued support on Windows 10.

SpeechExec 8.0/8,8 or earlier

These versions of SpeechExec are many years out of date and no longer eligible for support. Users are urged to upgrade to SpeechExec 10 for continued support on Windows 10.

Windows 7

Windows 7 is no longer supported by Microsoft.  See the article on the next link for further information.  We reserve the right to decline support requests on Windows 7 or earlier.

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windowsforbusiness/end-of-windows-7-support

Windows 8

Microsoft will implement Windows 8 end of life in January 2023, meaning it will discontinue all support, including paid support; and all updates, including security updates. However, between now and then the operating system (OS) is in an in-between phase known as “extended support.” During this phase, Microsoft is still offering paid support, though not the complimentary support that comes with the license; and continues to provide security updates, but not design and feature ones. Upgrading From Windows 8 Eventually you’ll want to upgrade to Windows 10, but whether you do it now or later is up to you. Of course, the sooner you do it, the sooner you can start enjoying the benefits of the newer OS. Windows 10 was released in 2015.

What Does End of Life Mean? End of life is the date after which an application is no longer supported by the company that makes it. After Windows 8 end of life, you could continue to use the OS, but you would be doing so at your own risk. New computer viruses and other malware are being developed all the time and, without the security updates to fight them off, your data and your system would be vulnerable.

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