Microsoft released the latest security updates for Windows 7 earlier this month, stopping support on the operating system after about 10 years. Although the latest updates seemed like a routine process, you never know with Microsoft.
As we mentioned yesterday, the company recognized an error caused by the latest updates and displayed a black screen on the desktop of some Windows 7 users.
“After its installation KB4534310"The desktop wallpaper may appear black if it is set to Stretch," Microsoft admitted. The error seems to affect only the wallpapers that are in the Stretch setting while the fit, fill, tile, or center options still work fine for Windows 7 users.
This error may not be serious, but it is quite annoying. The issue is that it came about just when Microsoft stopped supporting Windows 7. This, of course, was unfair to users of the operating system, as the company had stated that it would release a Windows 7 patch that would only be available to organizations that bought Windows 7. Windows XNUMX Extended Security Updates (ESU) package. ”
Eventually, however, the company changed its mind (overnight) and today announces that another patch will be released for all users with Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1.
This means that Microsoft will have to extend support for Windows 7 to fix a bug that it created on its own.
It remains to be seen if this will really be the latest update for Windows 7, as we have seen the company update systems it no longer supports, following the revelation of dangerous 0day on the internet. Like the update who got Windows XP. The release of these updates came after the spread of WannaCry that locked thousands of computers. Microsoft has decided to fix security vulnerabilities in all its operating systems to prevent a similar incident.
A company representative said then that the three Windows exploits - named ENGLISHMANDENTIST, ESTEEMAUDIT and EXPLODINGCAN were fixed for all operating systems.