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Windows 7 is still a great operating system -- one that millions of people use every day.Understandably, Microsoft cannot support the OS forever, so it will stop doing so in less than a year.

It took some time but as of January 2019, Windows 10 finally overtook its predecessor in terms of market share, breaking the 40% barrier, it’s officially the world’s most popular operating system (OS) and as Windows 7 goes end of life next year, numbers will only continue to rise.

ALSO READ: Run Windows apps on Linux with the newly released Wine 4.0 Let's be honest, folks, there's no good reason why Microsoft can't continue offering this metadata until Windows 7 support officially ends -- the cost of doing so won't affect the company's bottom line or precious stock price.

To pull functionality while the OS is still supported just feels... Hell, Windows 8.1 will be supported until 2023 -- the smaller group of users shouldn't prematurely lose Windows Media Center functionality either. Hopefully Microsoft reverses course and at the very least, offers metadata to all operating systems until the extended support period ends.

Those stuck in their Windows 7 ways will have a tough time adapting to the new features, some of which won’t be intuitive to a new user.

Fret not, the issues you’re facing are being experienced by users across the world and there are some simple fixes to Windows 10 problems that are detailed below.

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