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Mainstream support  نام دوره ای 5 ساله است که در این دوره،مایکروسافت وصله های امنیتی و غیر امنیتی و بروزرسانی های مختلف را برای محصولاتش به صورت رایگان ارایه میدهد و پس از پایان این دوره دوره ای با نام Extended support آغاز میشود که تنها وصله های امنیتی به صورت مجانی در اختیار کاربران قرار میگیرد و برای دسترسی به سایر بروزرسانی ها باید هزینه آنرا پرداخت.پایان پشتیبانی یا “End of support” نیز به این معنی است که دیگر هیچ بروزرسانی برای محصول ارایه نمیشود،یعنی همان بلایی که بر سر Windows Xp آمد.

مایکروسافت رسما اعلام کرده است که دوره Mainstream support برای چند محصولش در تاریخ های زیر به سر خواهد آمد:

پایان Mainstream support  در تاریخ 13 ژانویه 2015 برای:

  • all versions of Windows 7 (Enterprise, Home Basic, Home Premium, Ultimate and Starter
  • all versions of Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2
  •  all editions of Windows Storage Server 2008
  •  Microsoft Dynamics C5 2010
  •   Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 And 2009R2
  • Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5

پایان Mainstream Support  در تاریخ 9 سپتامبر 2014 برای:

  • Windows Phone 7.8

پایان پشتیبانی قطعی در تاریخ 14 جولای 2015 برای:

  • Windows Server 2003

پایان پشتیبانی از سرویس پک ها در تاریخ های ذکر شده:

  • Forefront Unified Access Gateway 2010 Service Pack 3 در تاریخ 13 ژانویه 2015
  • Office 2010 Service Pack 1 در تاریخ 14 اکتبر 2014
  • SharePoint Server 2010 Service Pack 1 در تاریخ  14 اکتبر 2014
  • Visual Studio 2012 Remote Tools Support ends در تاریخ 13 ژانویه 2015
  •  Visual Studio 2012 Test Professionalدر تاریخ 13 ژانویه 2015
  • Visual Studio Express 2012 for Webدر تاریخ 13 ژانویه 2015
  • Visual Studio Express 2012 for Windows 8در تاریخ 13 ژانویه 2015
  • Visual Studio Express 2012 for Windows Desktopدر تاریخ 13 ژانویه 2015

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منبع : businessinsider

 

In Six Months, Microsoft Will Pull The Plug On Some Parts Of Windows 7 Support

Microsoft is warning customers that the end is soon coming for free Windows 7 support. Microsoft will end free mainstream support for Windows 7 on January 13, 2015.

This covers all versions of Windows 7, Mary Jo Foley points out.

The end of support generally means no more updated features or performance improvements, unless you are covered by extra “extended support.”

UPDATED: Microsoft has promised to provide security patches even after it ends mainstream support, through 2020. What is ending is design changes, warranty claims and no-charge incident support.

This move will mostly affect consumers. Businesses that pay for extended support for Windows 7, as most of them do, will be get all updates for another five years, until January 14, 2020.

That’s important, because many businesses are right now are in the process of upgrading their old Windows XP PCs, but they’re moving to Windows 7, not Windows 8.

There’s some speculation that, given the popularity of Windows 7, Microsoft might change its mind as the date nears and continue to support it a bit longer, like it did for Windows XP. All told, Microsoft supported XP for about 13 years.

That kind of extension doesn’t seem likely at this point. Remember, Windows 8 basically includes a full version of Windows 7, called Desktop mode. With Windows 8.1, it’s possible to run a Windows 8 machine in Desktop mode and almost avoid the new-and-confusing Windows 8 part of the OS.

And Microsoft really needs to nudge consumers into buying Windows 8 machines. More Windows 8 machines means more developers will want to write software for Windows 8, which will make more people want to buy it.

By the way, Microsoft also set an end-of-life of mainstream support for Windows 8 (including the latest version, Windows 8.1), for January 9, 2018.

This is another hint that Microsoft should have its next version of Windows ready in 2015, code-named “Threshold” (sometimes referred to as Windows 9).

If Microsoft plays its cards right, Windows 9 will be to the unloved Windows 8 what Windows 7 was to Vista, which InfoWorld ranked No. 2 on its list of the 25 biggest tech flops (also PCWorld’s “Biggest Tech Disappointment” of 2007.)

Note: The original version of this story said that security patches will end for some Windows 7 users when mainstream support ends. This was an error. Microsoft has confirmed to us that it will continue to provide security patches for all Windows 7 users through 2020. We apologize for the error.

 

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