In my opinion, it isnt a big deal. It is a mild security concern, but in the short run it isnt an issue unless you are a business. home users have very little to worry about.Cyber-security experts are urging Windows 7 users to upgrade their operating system.
Microsoft is going to stop supporting Windows 7 from Tuesday so that it can focus on "newer technologies".
As a result, Windows 7 users will no longer receive the all-important security updates and patches that keep their machines safe.
One in four Windows users is running Windows 7,
Microsoft ends Windows 7: What should you do?
the following updates must be installed and ready before using BypassESU-v5:** BypassESU v5 AIO **
* An alternative approach to suppress Extended Security Updates eligibility check for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2.
- Additionally, it provide a patch for WU engine to allow receiving ESU updates for all editions.