Update: Microsoft Retracts Windows 7 End Date...Or Maybe Not - They Won't Say; And Windows "Threshold"

Follow up on: Microsoft Announces End Of Windows 7: Everybody To "The Cloud", Says NWO 12-9-13 "Windows 8 [and beyond] is about "global software integration" and transitioning everybody and everything to the "cloud" - so they can be "connected". There is no intention of making this optional. Controlling all life on earth via "the cloud" is the plan, has been the plan from the beginning, as is now obvious, and Windows 8 [and 8.1 etc.] is the official 'big move'. [see post]
Microsoft retracts Windows 7 PC end-of-sales deadline
Says notice last week was 'in error;' falls back on 'TBD'

Computerworld - As quietly as Microsoft defined the dates it would stop selling Windows 7, over the weekend it revised its end-of-sales deadlines again, saying it had made a mistake.

Last week, Microsoft told customers that it would require computer makers to halt sales of new Windows 7-powered PCs at the end of October 2014. Now, its sales shut-off page shows "To be determined" instead of the future date.

"We have yet to determine the end of sales date for PCs with Windows 7 preinstalled," a Microsoft spokeswoman said in an email reply to questions Tuesday. "The October 30, 2014, date that posted to the Windows Lifecycle page globally last week was done so in error."

The halt date for retail sales -- Oct. 30, 2013 -- was legit, Microsoft said. "We are confirming that the retail software end of sales date for Windows 7 did happen on October 30, 2013," the spokeswoman said.

It's possible that Microsoft will still tell OEMs (original equipment manufacturers) to stop selling Windows 7 PCs in just under 11 months, but did not want to publicize the date now. Microsoft did not reply to a follow-up question asking whether the retreat from the Oct. 30, 2014, date meant customers could infer it would be later than that.

"We'll have more details to share about the Windows 7 lifecycle once they become available," the company said today.

Whether or not Microsoft will end the sale of pre-installed Windows 7 for the major computer manufacturers at the previously announced date is now officially "to be determined". Regardless of that, retail sales, as previously reported, have been stopped as of six weeks ago. One thing is definite though, and that is that the phase-out is absolutely certain. There is only one thing happening here, which is the global software-integration plan to 'connect' everything and everybody. This is going full speed ahead. Can't have their 666 novus-ordo-seclorum world otherwise. On that note, Microsoft already has the next up-grade for Windows 8/8.1 scheduled for roll-out in "spring 2015". While industry types are speculating on whether it should be seen as 8.2 or Windows 9, Microsoft is calling it "Threshold" - link.

Threshold of what? The "threshold" of that fully integrated software system, per the plan, apparently.

One more thing while on the subject. After the "threshold" is crossed, what will the next 'upgrade' be called? Married (to the 'beast')? Be very much aware, because, it is you they want to 'connect'.
 Rev. 18:4
Hosea 14:9 'Who is wise, and he shall understand these things? prudent, and he shall know them? for the ways of the LORD are right, and the just shall walk in them: but the transgressors shall fall therein.'

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