Google Is Ending Support For Chrome In Windows 7 On This Date, Find Out

Windows 11 version 22H2, the update (KB5021255), is rolling out with the build number up to 22621.963. In this update, the Task manager color issue is fixed, along with various types of bugs and issues. Plus, it also added new storage alerts for OneDrive cloud storage. So if you have not updated, then update it so that bugs and issues can be resolved and your system’s performance can be improved. 

Lets come to the topic, If you are using Windows 7 in 2023, probably this post is only for you, and you should read it carefully. Few weeks ago, Google released a news article for its Google Chrome users, who are using the Chrome app on their Windows 7 PC or laptop. 

Windows 7 is one of the most successful version updates in the window series. According to time, its successor version. Windows 7 got discontinued and became outdated. Microsoft entirely ended the support for Windows 7 in January 2020. This means no longer getting any new updates or bug fixing for this version. 

But till now, Microsoft has only ended the support for Windows 7; Although every app and browser is working fine. But soon, it will not. In recent Mountain View-based company, it has been announced that Google Chrome 109 will not get software support for Windows 7. Users who want to use Google Chrome must upgrade to the latest version of Windows 10 or 11. 

These users who are using Google Chrome 109 in Windows 7 will not get any future updates for Google chrome. However, users have to work without any further new software updates. 

Chrome 110 goes live on February 7 next year, and will support Windows 8/8.1 (the last chrome update) and a a higher Windows version.

“Chrome 109 is the last version of Chrome that will support Windows 7 and Windows 8/8.1. Chrome 110 (tentatively scheduled for release on February 7, 2023) is the first version of Chrome that requires Windows 10 or later. You’ll need to ensure your device is running Windows 10 or later to continue receiving future Chrome releases. This matches Microsoft’s end of support for Windows 7 ESU and Windows 8.1 extended support on January 10, 2023,”

By Google

It also added that “Older versions of Chrome will continue to work, but there will be no further updates released for users on these operating systems. Suppose you are currently on Windows 7 and Windows 8/8.1. In that case, we encourage you to move to a supported Windows version to ensure you continue to receive the latest security updates and Chrome features,”.

So it is a suggestion that, if you want to use updated Chrome with new features and with a bug-free experience, upgrade your device to Windows 10 or Windows 11.


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Sanz Miller

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