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Microsoft has authoritatively finished help for Windows 7 however it appears that it is being compelled to keep doing so at any rate and it has just itself to blame. While the EOL for the operating system implies it will never again give security updates and bug fixes, it doesn’t mean it would render Windows 7 PCs unusable. However, that is by all accounts the case as the number of complaints about abruptly broken Windows 7 PCs rises, including one that is keeping clients from closing down at all.

Microsoft recently pushed out an update to fix what it broke trying to tell clients that Windows 7 has “expired”. Proprietors of PCs running that version were suddenly welcomed by a black wallpaper that they naturally objected to and intensely. Microsoft surrendered yet one more and the more major issue appears to have cropped up.

For as far back as 24 hours and more, Windows 7 clients are complaining that they are being advised they have no permission to close down their PC. They’ve had the option to do so normally in the past which just develops the puzzle.

Different causes and workarounds have been exhibited yet not every one of them works for everybody. Microsoft has recently recognized that it has gotten reports, not so it has affirmed the issue. It likewise hasn’t given any word yet on a more definitive fix.

It should push out a fix, obviously, in spite of the finish of official help for Windows 7. What’s more, it better takes care not to present one more showstopping bug while doing so. Not except if it wants to be blamed for utilizing such strategies to push individuals to move up to Windows 10, which is additionally a recipe for a lawsuit.

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Jacob Griffin is a historian and political scientist. Jacob is the author of 2 books. His philosophy incorporates ideas from anarchism, socialism, and social democracy. He is most adorable about culture and environment. He also writes news articles based on ongoing things. He is now on board on Champions Buzz as a free lance author.
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