Google extended support for Chrome on Windows 7

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The American company Google has decided to extend support for the Chrome browser on Windows 7 computers until January 15, 2022. This was announced on Sunday, November 22, by the Digital Information World portal.

It is noted that the decision is associated with the coronavirus pandemic, which brought many problems to Internet users. The company said up to 21% of Google’s commercial partners have not migrated to Windows 10.

Google explained that a number of planned technology projects could fade into the background for many organizations, so it was decided to extend support for Chrome. It was previously planned to discontinue it for Windows 7 in July 2021, writes NSN.

Microsoft ended support for the Windows 7 operating system in January 2020. Users of this OS do not receive updates, including those related to security, but can continue to use the software product.

In March, it became known that every fourth computer in the world runs on the Windows 7 operating system, despite the termination of its support by Microsoft.

At the end of October, users complained about the new Windows 10 update, which brought various bugs and bugs, up to the “blue screen of death”.

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