Your Windows 7 Keeps On Bringing A Black Wallpaper Screen? Here Is How Fix The Bug
March. 12, 2020
Microsoft is no longer updating Windows 7, but there’s a problem: In Windows 7’s last update, released on January 14, Microsoft introduced a bug that can replace your desktop wallpaper with an empty black screen.
As Bleeping Computer noticed, Microsoft says this bug will be fixed—but only for organizations that pay for Extended Security Updates. If you’re a home user, Microsoft will apparently not fix this bug for you.
You’re on your own. Home users can’t even pay for extended security updates. Thankfully, there’s a way to avoid the bug.
Update: Microsoft has changed its mind. The company released an update to fix this problem on February 7, 2020. You can download KB4539602 from Microsoft to fix this bug on your Windows 7 PC.