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In an unusual move, the company has extended the availability of Windows 7 so it will be possible to buy computers with the operating system pre-installed until the end of October next year. By Aaron Brown Aaron Brown PUBLISHED: 08:25, Wed, Nov 4, 2015 UPDATED: 08:25, Wed, Nov 4, 2015 GETTYWindows 7 and Windows 8, pictured, will no longer be sold preinstalled on new PCs from October 2016Microsoft really wants you to use Windows 10.The Redmond technology firm recently recategorised its Windows 10 upgrade to a "Recommended Update", which allows it to install itself automatically on customers' PCs.Microsoft has also told PC manufacturers they will not be allowed to sell laptops, hybrids or desktop computers with Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 preinstalled after October 31st 2016. Photo credit: relif / Shutterstock 24 Comments Tweet Got News? Contact Us Recent HeadlinesMicrosoft removes the X from the Windows 10 upgrade pop-up -- your choices are 'yes', or 'yes, now'Still using Windows XP? Here's how to update it and gain all the features it's missingThere's no confidence in Internet of Things securityHoofbeatz Audio announces 'i Rock N Ride' horseback riding Bluetooth speakerApple Pay struggling outside of USPatriot 'Spark' 512GB SSD will only cost $105!Samsung Pay makes its European debut Most Commented StoriesWindows 10 makes big usage share gains on the back of forced upgrades294 CommentsMicrosoft, dont be evil202 CommentsSamsung tells users to just say no to Windows 10 upgrades95 CommentsHow to fully disable Windows 10 live tiles73 CommentsMicrosoft removes the X from the Windows 10 upgrade pop-up -- your choices are 'yes', or 'yes, now'61 Comments 1998-2016 BetaNews, Inc. Home of the Daily and Sunday Express. Microsoft has updated its Windows lifecycle fact sheet to show that the sale of PCs with Windows 7 Professional pre-installed will end on 31 October, 2016. News Top Categories Apple Computers Crave Deals Google Internet Microsoft Mobile Photography Security Sci-Tech Tech Culture Tech Industry Photo Galleries Video Forums . How To Top Categories Appliances Computers Gaming Home Entertainment Internet Mobile Apps Phones Photography Security Smart Home Tablets Wearable Tech Forums Speed Test . All Rights Reserved.