Here are your options.
1. Upgrade to Windows 10.
This is the option for those of you that wish to keep on using Windows. It may not be the option you want, but face reality. Windows 7 (and 8.1) is, at this point, deprecated (as opposed to XP, Vista and 8.1 which are considered obsolete). Now you can fight this kicking and screaming but it won't change the fact that Windows 7 is deprecated. And that means at some point in the future it will no longer be supported. Imagine installing Windows XP today, on your new PC. It does not make sense. Same thing will be true for Windows 7 in a few years.
2. Switch to something non-windows.
There is Linux, BSD or OSX. All based on UNIX and all fine choices. You might also want to consider iOS, Chrome OS or Android. This may or may not be viable for you and WINE may or may not help you in the transition. But it is about the only other true choice.
3. Don't upgrade or switch.
I can't honestly see any reason why you'd want to stay on Windows 7, unless you plan to switch from Windows entirerly in a year or two, or certain key applications won't yet work with Win 10. This only prolongs the inevitable until such a time where you *have* to upgrade to Windows 10 - or switch.
Resistance is futile. You will be upgraded.