Chrome has decided to stop supporting, and therefore updates, for the outdated systems of Windows 7 and 8.1, what to do now?
It’s not just Microsoft that raises its voice and invites users to update their system. In fact it has also added Chrome, which will stop providing support and updates for older versions of the operating system as soon as possible.
The notice is displayed on display, and explicitly invites the owners of Windows 7, 8.1 e Server 2012 R2 to switch to the most recent and updated version. The program ESU from Windows 7 in fact it will end at January 2023 and, in the same month, that of will also end Windows 8.1. Definitely a few more months granted to Windows Server 2012 R2 users who will be able to enjoy support and assistance until October 2023.
Why does Chrome invite updates?
Support and updates simply they will no longer be guaranteed on older OS versions. Which is why, you won’t even receive them updates from safety Chrome’s emergency which can often save from big trouble. In fact, this does not have repercussions only in terms of “speed and functionality”, but above all in terms of safety.
There is always a way to get around the obstacle; for hide il message from Chrome just open the cmd with the right button, clicking on “run as administrator”. Then type the following:
reg add HKCU\Software\Policies\Google\Chrome /v SuppressUnsupportedOSWarning /t REG_DWORD /d 1 /f
The idea of the developers 0patch
These developers hatch the idea of distributing updates for Windows 7 at least until 2025. These are obviously unofficial updates that apply in-memory. This way your system will remain fully functional and you won’t even need it when installing the update restart the system.
A similar functionality can be found on the cloud platform Azure, albeit still a little immature. In fact it does not allow you to install patches Windows Server without restarting. It goes without saying that the updates offered by the 0patch developers will be anything but free.
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