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Google will stop supporting Chrome for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 next year

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Google will stop supporting Chrome for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 next year

Google will stop supporting Chrome for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 next year.

The plan to stop supporting these ageing systems is “tentatively scheduled” for 7 February 2023, the expected release date of Chrome 110. Google said users will need to ensure they are running Windows 10 or later to continue receiving future Chrome releases.

With the release of Windows 11, Microsoft required a PC with Trusted Platform Module (TPM), which meant even some Windows 10 systems couldn't upgrade. So if you've been holding off on upgrading your Windows 7 system this long, well done! You can now invest in some new hardware and avoid Windows 10 completely.

On a support page that revealed the news, Google suggested upgrading to Windows 10 or Windows 11 to keep getting Chrome updates. That might be difficult for those whose systems don't support more recent versions of Microsoft's OS, businesses that are still stuck on Windows 7 or 8.1 and folks who can't afford to buy a new computer. Still, Google had to wind down support at some point. The company pointed out that its timeline matches up with Microsoft ending extended support for Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 on January 10th. 

Currently, Windows 7 is still running on around 10pc of all PCs worldwide, while Windows 8.1 is only running on 2.7pc, according to Statcounter.

Microsoft has issued similar advice to users that are still running older versions of its Windows systems.

“Without continued software and security updates, your PC will be at greater risk for viruses and malware,” Microsoft said. “We recommend upgrading to a version of Windows that is still supported. A new device that can run Windows 11 makes for an easy transition and a great experience.” is equipped with the most professional staff. If players have any doubts when they buy Windows Software Accounts, they can contact 24/7 Live Chat at any time. is the best place to buy cheap and safe Windows Software Accounts. Now if you have this demand, please contact us in time!