Remove or Disable Unsupported OS Warning in Chrome on Windows 7 and 8.1

If you are using the Google Chrome web browser in Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 operating system and want to get rid of unsupported OS warning message displaying at the top of the web browser, this article is going to be beneficial for you.

this type of issue shows only Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 operating systems if you are using Windows 10 or Windows 11 it does not show unsupported OS warning. this issue emerged after Google Chrome upgradation. 

You can see the error message in the screenshot below. "To get future Chrome updates, you will" is displayed at the top of Google Chrome. After closing it, even when attempting to relaunch, this message continues to appear.

Why is Google Chrome Showing Unsupported OS Warning?

This message appears at the top in the Google Chrome browser. Therefore, it occupies more space on the Google Chrome search page. Removing this message could free up extra space in Google Chrome.

Learn why Chrome and Edge are displaying warning messages. The Chromium team plans to discontinue support for Windows 7 and Windows 8/8.1. Chrome 109 and Edge 109 are the final versions to support these older Windows systems.

How to Remove Unexpected Warnings

There are two methods to remove this message. The first one involves editing the registry to change and remove the unexpected warning issue. The second method involves providing an edit file, which is helpful for removing this issue in one click.


If you want to remove the unsupported OS warning message in Chrome on Windows 7/8/8.1, the following steps:


Method 1:


Press “WIN+R” key combination to launch RUN dialog box then type “regedit” and press Enter. It Will open Registry Editor.


Now go to the address given below:




Under Policies key, Create a new key and set its name to “Google”.

Then open Created Google key, 

Under Google key, create a new key and set its name to “Chrome”

So the final key path will be:





Now select Chrome key and in Right-side pane, right-click and select the New “ DWORD (32-bit) Value” option. Set the new DWORD name as “SuppressUnsupportedOSWarning” 

Double-click on the DWORD and change its value from 0 to 1.


Now restart the Chrome browser and the unsupported OS warning banner will not  show

Method 2:

The second method is easy because it provides a download link that helps to download a .reg file. This file automatically creates a Chrome key under the Google key, helping us remove unexpected warning issues.

Follow the link to download the file


After downloading the .reg File, simply double-click on the downloaded file and click on ok

After successfully running, and relaunching Google Chrome you can find this issue has been removed after relaunching Google Chrome.  

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