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WPAFB continues migrating computers to Windows 10 operating system

Published: Friday, February 09, 2018 @ 9:38 AM

James Languirand, Information Technology specialist, and John Schipper, Helpdesk technician, prepare laptop computers at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base’s Air Force Security Assistance Center to meet the Air Force’s March 31 deadline for the transition to the new Windows 10 operating system. AFSAC is one of the base’s many organizations responding to the Department of Defense directive to transition to the Microsoft Windows 10 secure host baseline. (U.S. Air Force photo/Will Huntington)
James Languirand, Information Technology specialist, and John Schipper, Helpdesk technician, prepare laptop computers at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base’s Air Force Security Assistance Center to meet the Air Force’s March 31 deadline for the transition to the new Windows 10 operating system. AFSAC is one of the base’s many organizations responding to the Department of Defense directive to transition to the Microsoft Windows 10 secure host baseline. (U.S. Air Force photo/Will Huntington)

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