Ok so this more of a rant then anything else - nothing more!
Lets get one thing straight:
Well, not quite - just the 2nd 'upgrade' of the year for Windows 10 - making version 9! With Microsoft at one time saying things like this will be their last operating system i.e. no windows 11 etc. it can be a little hard to understand - after all, since its release in 2015 and the twice-a-year upgrades, by my reckoning, we will effectively be on Windows 10 version 9....
Perhaps we should just call this release Windows 18 and be done with?
Windows Vista reached END OF LIFE: on 11th April 2017. Windows Vista is longer supported by Microsoft and unlike Windows XP I don't think Vista will be missed by many. However if you are still using Vista then what does this mean for you?