It is estimated that there are over 200,000 Magento 1 websites currently active on the web. Thus, since the announcement of the company ending support for M1 (Magento 1) in June 2020, hundreds of thousands of website owners and administrators have been left wondering what it will mean for their business. Will their websites just go dark, depriving them of all sales and turning customers away? And what can be done about it?

Let us cut to the chase. If you have a Magento 1 website, there is no cause for panic, but plenty of cause for concern. M1 websites will not go dark in June, but neither will they be unaffected by the changes and able to keep safely operating for years. We will get into the risk and repercussions posed by the changes, along with discussing the solution available for businesses using the platform – migration to Magento 2.

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Magento 1 Support Is Ending. Is It Time For Magento 2 Migration? | SOFTLOFT
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