Earlier we mentioned that the last update released by Microsoft to Windows 7 failed, and the failure mainly manifested in the wallpaper. The main reason for this failure is that when the wallpaper set by the user does not match the display resolution, the wallpaper may be set to tile or stretch. In this case, the failure will automatically delete the wallpaper, so that users will look like the black screen style. Recently, Microsoft decided to help users resolve this unexpected failure.
Currently, Microsoft has launched a feature update KB4539602 to fix this problem. It is recommended that all Windows 7 users install this update to solve the black screen problem.
Of course, this update will become the last update of Windows 7 if no accident and the security update released by Microsoft next month will no longer be available to free users.
Those who have paid to purchase an extended support plan can still get security update support, so continuing to use the system shouldn’t be a problem.
This update supports 32-bit and 64-bit Windows 7 SP1, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows 7 Embedded Standard Edition, and other related versions.