23016448 Videohive New Year Countdown 2020 - Free Download After Effects Templates
After Effects Version CC++ | No Plugin | 1920x1080 | 182 MB
A Full HD, 1920×1080 Pixels, After Effects Template
After Effects CS 2018 and above, No Plugins required
All Texts shown in the Preview are editable, Change Font, and edit all the attributes
Change the font of Countdown timer in a single click
Modular Count down the structure, Start from any seconds as per the requirement
100 % After Effects Template, No 3rd Party Plugins required
Single click off if Video/Image not required
High Energy, Dynamic Count Down for Perfect New Year Party, Events, Reality Shows, Award Shows etc…
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Unique, Simple, Cinematic Style New Year Count Down for this New Year
7 Segments, 5 Video Placeholders, 10 Text Placeholders, 1 Logo Placeholder
Simple to edit, easy to render, Detailed PDF Help file included
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You're not alone if you were not sold on Windows 10. The second most popular Windows desktop operating system is Windows 7 and is currently used by nearly 34 percent of computers worldwide. Despite popular support for Windows 7 ending in 2015 and Microsoft's insistence on switching, there are still a lot of people. Concerning privacy issues with Windows 10 that Microsoft calls home, many people have expressed concern. Whatever your reasons to stay with Windows 7, we share our tips to keep it running for as long as possible.
First, let's look at what's happening with Microsoft and what the short-term users can expect.
• Microsoft Windows 7 support ended on January 13, 2015. Cancelation of all-new operating system service packages and features. But Microsoft continues to patch the OS.
• Until January 14, 2020, extended user support is still provided. On this day, new security updates and patches will stop being issued for Windows 7.
Finally, for Windows 7 fans, it is safe to use until 2020, provided you continue to install updates. But there's another story after that. On the 14th of January 2020, your machine will cease to be vulnerable to known exploits by security patches. It's extremely dangerous. Cybercriminals may compromise Windows 7 systems with known operating system vulnerabilities that are not patched without proper patch management.
There are some outline factors to consider in the meantime while users can still feel secure using Windows 7. Although most users are reluctant to install updates in fear of accidentally getting Windows 10, it is not a secure option to completely avoid these. Security patches must be applied.
Stop using Internet Explorer if you haven't used it already. Microsoft said it will not offer Internet Explorer 11 security updates by 2020, and Windows 7 computers will not have the latest Microsoft Edge available. Fortunately, for Windows 7 users Google Chrome and Mozilla's Firefox still offer reliable options. Neither browser can guarantee that it will continue to support Windows 7 once Microsoft stops, but that you are currently able to take advantage of new features and updates.
Prepare to pay
In a Microsoft 365 Corporate VP Jared Spataro blog post, a monthly charge that doubles every year from 14 January 2020 is announced to Windows 7 users to maintain the safe operation of their computers. This offer is unfortunately only available to Windows 7 Professional volume customers. The Windows 7 Home user does not apply to everyday users, therefore.
For Windows 7 support a pricing plan obtained from ZDNet is:
• Year 1: $50 per device and $25 for an additional Windows 10 company fee (January 2020-January 2021).
• YEAR 2: $100 per device with an add-on rate of $50 for Windows 10 Enterprise, January 2021-January 2022.
• Year 3 (January 2022-January 2023): $200 for each appliance, with a $100 add-on rate for Windows 10 Enterprise.
While this growing payment model has been created to encourage Windows 7 users to upgrade, if you're willing to pay, the option to hold on to your preferred platform remains. We hope these tips help whatever you choose to do!