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As the transition from Windows 10 to Windows 11 continues, there has been an important development for Windows 7 users. Google has announced when it will cut support for Chrome.
The headlines that have been in the news headlines since the launch of Windows 11 last month were about the differences between Windows 10 and 11 and which one users would prefer. The comparison between the two operating systems about two weeks ago also yielded surprising results. But meanwhile, it seemed to be mind-blowing that there were still millions of computers running Windows 7.
In fact, there are certain reasons for users to continue with Windows 7. Especially in companies where Windows 7 computers are used, switching to the latest operating systems may require changes in the hardware of the computers and the overall cost may be quite high. However, this does not prevent support for the Windows 7 operating system from continuing to cut.
Although the support to the operating system continues to be cut off, this process can be extended for some applications. Google announced that it would end support for Google Chrome for Windows 7 in January 2022. However, with the latest statement, this date has been extended until January 15, 2023. This means that Windows 7 users will have access to Google Chrome for at least one more year.
Google Chrome is currently the first among the most preferred search engines in the world. Explaining that they want to save time for companies and organizations to switch to new Windows operating systems, and therefore they decided to extend the Windows 7 support period, Google states that search engines are as important as the operating system in business traffic.