Microsoft officially stopped supplies the operating system Windows 7 Home Premium and Windows 7 Ultimate to the manufacturer of notebooks, PCs, and other system providers. 

Termination of supply OS Windows 7 for OEMs (original equipment manufacturers) is valid since the end of last October, Friday (10/31/2014). 

Thus, consumers can no longer buy a PC, notebook, or a system with the new Windows 7 operating system factory default. They can only buy goods inventory is still there. 

Reported by VentureBeat (10/31/2014) and quoted KompasTekno, the only one that is still supported by Microsoft Windows 7 Professional is the version that will still be sold for at least another year. 

With the cessation of the supply of the Windows 7 OS to OEMs, Microsoft is now focusing on the development of the Windows 10. 

Windows 7 is currently a favorite operating system after the Windows XP. In fact, its growth can not be pursued further by his successor, Windows 8. 

According to data from Net Market Share, until March market share has reached 48.77 percent. While users of Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 only about 11.3 percent. 

Windows XP has been retired Microsoft's market share has declined, leaving users around 26.69 percent. 

Thus, it can be concluded that more users are switching from XP to Windows 7, rather than to Windows 8 or 8.1

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