Last month, Microsoft shut down Windows 7 completely. Even then, a large number of people are still using the same operating system, but should immediately upgrade to better versions for a number of reasons.
Windows 7 users are receiving troublesome bugs since the shutdown. The first bug broke the operating system’s wallpapers and internet browser but a recent one is much more dangerous.
Some users have been reporting a new bug that prevents them from shutting down or rebooting their PC, claiming that “you don’t have permission to shut down this computer”. The source of this bug is still unknown.
Windows 7 is officially out of support and Microsoft may never fix this bug, but some hope still remains as they did make an exception to the rule when they patched the wallpaper bug a few days ago.
It is recommended that all users upgrade their operating systems and even their old devices. When a new technology is introduced, companies start focusing on their contemporary products to improve users’ experience.