A critical warning was announced by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security that highly recommends Windows users using versions 7 or earlier (i.e. Vista, XP, 2000, 2003, 2008) upgrade their operating systems immediately to patch a security vulnerability - BlueKeep.
The vulnerability can give hackers access to computers through Microsoft's Remote Desktop Services. Windows 8 and 10 are not affected by this bug.
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If you wish to upgrade your old Windows version to Windows 10, you can visit Microsoft's site here to download their tool. You will first need a license to Windows 10 to download the media tool. A step-by-step instruction can be found here. To patch the BlueKeep vulnerability for your older Windows version, Microsoft has provided these downloadable security updates via their website.