Windows 7 is all set to be booted from most of the computers following Microsoft’s announcement of ending support for it. The final security update for the OS was released last month and furthermore, there wouldn’t be any upgrades for the OS. The final update hit a snag and now Microsoft has confirmed another update called the final security update. The past update had a bug which made the wallpaper go black when it was set to stretch. The last update was rolled out mid-January and it affected only the wallpapers. The company had thought that the final update would be an end for windows 7 the new bug has caused an alarm in the company to look for new bugs that might show up later.
Uncertainty is still on but the company has announced that the bugs will be fixed for anyone who makes use of windows 7. Microsoft usually charges a fee to deal with bugs in systems that you out-of-support OS. For now Microsoft will fix the issue without a payment and the users will receive patch. Any further support for bugs will cost the users almost $25-$50 per support and Microsoft is making use of this new found bug to avoid embarrassment and seal the deal with windows 7