Update at Windows 7; The title may sound strange, because the end of support is supposed to mean the end of updates. Today, however, a patch was released for the 2009 operating system for devices still running it.
From a technical point of view, Microsoft should not have issued any other updates Windows 7, since the operating system has already reached the end of support. But because the error was hers, the company seems to have made an exception and provided another fix.
For installation the devices must run the update version SHA-2 (KB4474419) or some newer version and the latest servicing stack update (KB4490628) or some newer version.
What you need to know is that if you used them Windows 7 with Windows Update enabled, both updates that are required to install the latest fix should already be on your device.
Microsoft says it is not aware of any issues with this update, so we expect it to be installed correctly on all devices.
But since we are talking about Microsoft, let's wait a while and it will show. Those of you who are considering upgrading to Windows 10, you can still do it for free.