Chrome browser won’t support anymore Windows 7 and 8.1 OS

Chrome is a web browser that Google offers to view Internet sites. It is impressive because of its cross-platform nature. Web pages can also be accessed and loaded very easily, even with heavy graphics, advertisements, and video material browsing across several pages. Now, the Google Chrome upcoming version 110 won’t support anymore the Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 Operating system.

Now on, if users want to use chrome on their desktop they must ensure their desktop running on Windows 10 or 11. Chrome version 110 may release on February 7, 2023, then chrome will no longer support Windows 7 and Windows 8.1. After the release of this upcoming version of Chrome, users need to the updating their desktop and laptop to the Windows 10 or 11 OS if they haven’t.

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When the user updates their device to the Windows 10 and above version they continuously receive future updates of the upcoming chrome version. The Google support manager said that it coincides with Microsoft ending extended support for Windows 7 ESU and Windows 8.1 on January 10, 2023.

In addition, they said that after the release of the latest version of Chrome it continuously works as it is but won’t be able to receive the update for these OS. If the user currently using Windows 7 or Windows 8.1, we encourage you to migrate before that date. To a supported version of Windows to ensure you continue to receive the latest security updates and Chrome features.

Finally, after the release of the upcoming chrome version, next year if users want to use Chrome on their desktop and continuously receive updates they need to upgrade devices to Windows 10 or 11.

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