Microsoft: No IE7 for Windows 2000

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  1. Close_Hauled

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    It ain't over till that what's her name sings :eek:
     
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    And... no new fixes means no new vulnerabilities :D
     
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    Actually, Microsoft's Life Cycle Policy says that consumer (i.e. Mainstream) free support has already been discontinued for Windows 2000.

    The "Extended" support will only provide security updates. Non-security related support will require a support contract to be purchased within 90 days after expiry of mainstream support.

    And its likely that with Extended support, no warranty claims or feature requests will be considered, and that Extended support is not offered for Consumer, Hardware, Multimedia, or Business Solutions products.
     
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    There will always be vulnerabilities....the trick is to exploit them :eek:

    Almost....29 more days and counting :eek: :D :p

    Product Lifecycle Dates - Windows Product Family
    • Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional....Mainstream Support Retired(30-Jun-2005)....Extended Support Retired(30-Jun-2010)
     
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