Google is preparing to discontinue support for Google Chrome for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1. The stop to the support will come next year. For the moment, however, there is still no official date for the release of the latest browser update. Here are all the details regarding the end of support announced by Google:
Google will no longer support Chrome on Windows 7 and 8.1
Bad news for users who still take advantage of Windows 7 and Windows 8.1. Google, in fact, has confirmed that it will no longer support Chrome for these operating systems. Over the next year, probably in February, there will be the release of the version 110 of Chrome for Windows 7 and 8.1.
This version will be the last one officially supported by Google. Subsequently, the American company will no longer release updates for its browser on these operating systems. Users will be able to continue to take advantage of the browser but Google will not release additional features and security patches.
With the end of support, therefore, it will be necessary to evaluate the change of browser or, better still, the change of operating system. More details on the matter will certainly arrive over the next few days. As previously mentioned, the latest update should arrive at the beginning of 2023.