Microsoft is constantly updating and tweaking both Windows 10 and its Microsoft 365 subscription service, and that often means that some outdated or under-used applications and features get cut.While the services and apps usually killed off by Microsoft are rarely used (or so outdated that they’ve been replaced with better, more secure, alternatives), there will still be soe people who continue to rely on them – so TechRepublic has handily listed all the apps and services Microsoft is ceasing support for in 2021, along with their expected retirement dates.These are the best Windows 10 dealsWe pick the best laptopsHow about the best Windows tablets?If an app or product you use is listed below, you should start looking into alternatives. While you may want to stick with what you’ve been using, it’s never recommended to continue to use an app or service that is no longer being updated or supported.And, as frustrating as it is, there’s usually a good reason why Microsoft has ended support, especially when it comes to security.The apps and services due to be killed off in 2021January 11: TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1On January 11, Microsoft’s Exchange Online service will no longer support the TLS 1.0 and… Read full this story
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