Thank you for your response.
This is good news for those of us who do
not like having a lot of new complicated software forceddown
Hi, MS 365 is continuously updated and maintained just as Win
10 is. It theoretically will never become outdated or
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 to change.
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, Build 19042
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