While it may have been common for the latest Microsoft Windows 7 updates, Microsoft has now revealed that one of these updates has caused some wallpaper problems for some Windows 7 users.
Microsoft released the latest Windows 7 security update earlier this month, ending more than 10 years of support for Windows. While it may have been common for the latest Microsoft Windows 7 updates, Microsoft has now revealed that one of these updates has caused some wallpaper problems for some Windows 7 users.
Microsoft confirms: “After installing KB4534310, your desktop wallpaper or desktop image may be activated and displayed in black when you set that Stretch option.” It seems that this problem is only for selected background images and most of these images have been affected, which seems to be a good solution for Windows 7 users by choosing the right images.
That’s a shameful mistake for Microsoft, just as Microsoft was about to give up Windows 7 support. It has made it possible for users to take action to fix this major issue, as Microsoft no longer supports this operating system.
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While Microsoft initially said that it was working to fix this for users using custom Windows 7, most users are custom versions of organizations that have purchased Windows 7 Extensions Security Extended (ESU), but have access to a The software giant has changed its mind and now says the fix will be available to everyone. So here are the users of Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1. They have to update their windows again, which means that Microsoft will introduce a new update to fix the bug.