Microsoft said last Fall that it would offer paid Windows 7 Extended Security Updates on a per device basis for big customers willing to pay for them after the company ends Windows 7 support on January 14, 2020. Microsoft officials wouldnt talk about how much those updates would cost, beyond saying theyd get more expensive over time.  However, Microsoft has briefed some of its partners and salespeople about the cost of these Extended Support Updates ESUs. And, as youd expect, theyre not cheap,...

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