Microsoft has issued a new patch for Windows 7 to address the wallpaper bug. The package KB4539602 is available to all Windows 7 users despite the fact that it has reached the end of support.
How to Fix You don't Have Permission to Shutdown This Computer the Windows 7 bug
As you may remember, there was a bug in the latest (and last) Windows 7 update KB4534310 that was causing a black screen instead of the wallpaper set by the user. It looks like that's not the only Windows 7 bug that was delivered along with the patch.
How to Fix Black Windows 7 Wallpaper After Installing KB4534310
Microsoft has recently released a security patch KB4534310 for Windows 7, included to January Patch Tuesday. Unfortunately, the cumulative update KB4534310, and its security-only counterpart KB4534314 also deliver a bug to the OS, making the desktop wallpaper black for many users.
Microsoft is no longer supporting Internet Explorer 11 on Windows 7. This means that the browser will not receive updates, even for critical vulnerabilities. IE11 is superseded by Microsoft Edge Chromium, which is available for Windows 7 as well.
Today is January 14, 2020, so Windows 7 has reached its end of support. This OS will no longer receive security and quality updates, making it unsecure for inexperienced users.
Microsoft has revealed that their freeware security solution, Microsoft Security Essentials, will be no longer supported after January 14, 2020.
How to Disable Your Windows 7 PC is Out of Support Full Screen Nag
Microsoft is rolling out a new change for Windows 7 users. As you may remember, Microsoft will stop supporting it on January 14, 2020. So, the OS will show a full screen nag that notifies the user to move on to Windows 10. If you are not happy to see it, here is how to disable it. Thankfully, it is very easy.
Windows 7 is going out of support on 14th January 2020, but plenty of users are using it and have no plans to upgrade it. Microsoft is getting ready to end support for Windows 7, and will begin to push a series of messages to Windows 7 users by showing notifications about the support expiration. If your plan is to stay with Windows 7 instead of upgrading to Windows 10, here is how to get rid of the notifications.
Windows 7 is going out of support in the 14th January 2020, but plenty of users are using it and have no plans to upgrade it. Microsoft is getting ready to end support for Windows 7, and will begin to push a series of messages to Windows 7 users by showing notifications about the support expiration.
As you may remember, Windows 7 is reaching its end of life in less than a year. Microsoft has started retiring services and features related to this OS. One of them is a service that allows fetching metadata for music, films, and TV shows. The service will no longer be available in Windows Media Player and Windows Media Center apps for Windows 7 and Windows 8 users.