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 is due to reach 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, with extended support running till 14 January 2020. Businesses which fail to migrate in time will be saddled with high fees for further support from Microsoft. Our Windows 7 End of Life audit will help you.

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. 


1. Start Your Free Trial

Simply submit your email address to start your free 30-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