Ok so this might sound stupid but I'm about to pull the trigger on a new b450 mobo and Ryzen 2600 to replace my old Phenom 11 x 4 955 BE cpu and Gigabyte mobo and I need the following info regarding the new mobo/CPU and Windows 7 support before I upgrade as I'll explain. My computer is multipurpose which I use for both everyday computing and now gaming ...I have both Windows 10 and Windows 7 (only 32 bit) installed on a dual boot system on an SSD as some of my older software doesn't work on Windows 10 and my old professional quality photo printer and pro quality negative scanner both of which which still work a treat, won't work on anything later than Windows 7 due to lack of available drivers so I run a dual boot system and it works great! I stick to Windows 7 for all my domestic/everyday actions such as using surfing, Word, Excel, PhotoShop etc and that leaves Windows 10 uncluttered and free for games which are stored on a dedicated HDD. I also have a GTX 1060 installed and together they allow me to play most of today's popular games, surprisingly without issue whatsoever given the age of the CPU so really the only reason I'm upgrading is so that I can have a go at the most recent titles, many of which are much more CPU demanding than games of the past 2 - 3 years, hence the upgrade. I've narrowed my b450 mobo choice down to any one of three which will meet my need of the ability to connect 6 SATA devices but I notice that in each case, from what I can gather, according to the specification details, it appears that the b450 mobos + Ryzen don't support Windows 7 which would be a right pain if it's correct...is this correct or have I got hold of the wrong end of the stick as so often happens with me?