The most used web browser worldwide is still Google Chrome. Furthermore, it outperforms its rivals in this regard by a significant margin. Users will soon have access to the version 110 of the browser. Which includes numerous updates, one of which is critical for some users.
Google Chrome 110 will bring a significant change
The loss of support for Windows 7 is the main change that will be made with the launch of Chrome 110. In any case, this operating system is older than 13 years. The seven is no longer supported by Microsoft, and fewer and fewer apps are still receiving updates for it. Chrome is on the verge of joining them. And many others will follow.
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On February 7, Google Chrome 110 will be official, and Windows 7 users won’t be able to use it anymore. The final version of Chrome to be accessible on this operating system is version 109. The same thing is also true for Windows 8 and 8.1. Google‘s browser will only be available going forward for Windows 10, 11, and possibly other Windows platforms.
Of course, Windows 7 will continue to function perfectly with the most recent version of Google Chrome. But since it won’t get any more updates—including security ones—it might swiftly become out of date and dangerous to use. The issue may not be significant because the system is already outdated. But 11% of PCs still use it, so it is by no means a small group.
The upcoming new version of Google chrome will bring a lot of new features, including more detailed translation settings, improved web app launch behavior on desktops, custom picture-in-picture controls, and a new audio options. Google updates the stable channel of Chrome once every four weeks. With Chrome 110, it is changing its release schedule. It will do so one week early on a new “Early Stable” channel.