Microsoft says it will release black desktop bug fix to all Windows 7 users for free

Some Windows 7 users who installed the KB4534310 update found that their desktops turned black. With the operating system having now reached end of life, the company said that it would only make a fix available to organizations paying for Windows 7 Extended Security Updates (ESU). But Microsoft has changed its mind. It now says that it will make a patch available for all Windows 7 users, addressing the bug introduced by the last ever freely available Windows 7 update. See also: Your Windows 7 desktop has turned black? Microsoft has a fix on the way… and workarounds in the… [Continue Reading]

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