Brian, does that maybe mean that I can use
MS365 for at least another 4 or 5 years?
I ask only because I dislike the learning
curve on major new software. And, I am just now becoming
comfortable with MS365.
Thanks in advance,
I no longer remember how or whether Windows 7
archives the updates that are applied, but Windows 10 keeps
track of virtually any update applied to any Microsoft
supplied program on the machine.
I can absolutely assure you, as I used Office 2010
up until about 2, maybe 3, years ago, there is (or was, now) a
constant stream of updates to the various Office programs even
for 2010. On this machine before I finally got rid of a last
bit that the Office 2010 uninstaller left behind I was getting
updates for Office 2010. The last one I got was, February 2, 2021,
update for Office 2010 (KB4493180). So, as per usual,
Microsoft does continue issuing certain updates even after
they claim a given product is officially out of support. This
drives me crazy because it sends a really crappy mixed
message. But I dumped Office 2010 simply because it was
"showing its age" and there were some features introduced in
later versions of Office that I thought might come in handy.
Don't ask me what those were, as that water's so far under the
bridge that I cannot recall what it was that finally pushed me
If Windows 7 does update logging you will find these somewhere
in that log. They're classed as "Quality Updates" under the
Windows 10 update logging scheme.
Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 20H2,
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