Windows 7 End of Life Audit

Are You Prepared for Windows 7 End of Life?
Discover All Windows 7 Workstations in Your Network.

1. Install Lansweeper | 2. Scan Your Network | 3. Run the Report | 4. Find All Windows 7 Installations

Windows 7 End of Life - January 14, 2020

Windows 7 officially reached End Of Life (EOL) on 14 January 2020, but a large number of the world's computers, most in corporate environments, are still running the nine-year-old system. Microsoft ended mainstream support for Windows 7 in January 2015, while extended support ended on 14 January 2020. Businesses which failed to migrate in time are saddled with high fees for further support from Microsoft. 

Why is this End of Life Important?

This End of Life means no more bug-fixes, security patches or new functionality, making any user - personal or enterprise - significantly more susceptible to malware attacks. Just as it did with Windows XP, Microsoft will continue to offer support for those Windows 7 users still reluctant to upgrade to its Windows 10 OS, but it'll cost you. You should be aware that using an outdated operating system makes your computer vulnerable to cyber-attacks. 

Preparing for Windows 7 End of Life

How do you prepare your corporate network for the Windows 7 EOL? Create a complete and up-to-date network inventory with Lansweeper's Agentless Network Discovery capabilities. With Windows 7 EOL coming up, we've created a custom network report which provides an overview of all workstations and if they are closing on the Windows 7 End of Life. Scan your network and run the report. It’s really that simple. 

Extended Security Updates Readiness Check

If your organization was unable to complete the transition prior to the end of support on January 14, 2020, you can purchase Extended Security Updates. A couple of installation prerequisites must be met in order to install the Windows 7 ESUs. We’ve created a Windows 7 Extended Security Updates Audit Report which checks if the installation prerequisites on your devices have been completed.

1. Start Your Free Trial

Simply submit your email address to start your free 14-day trial. No credit card details are required. 


2. Scan Your Network

Scan your entire network automatically via our intuitive first-run wizard to find all devices in your network.


3. Run Your Audit Report

Use our Windows 7 Audit Report to find all Windows 7 installations in your network. 

Find All Windows 7 Installations in Your Network

1. Install Lansweeper | 2. Scan Your Network | 3. Run the Report | 4. Find All Windows 7 Installations