Google has been pushing out updates to its Android apps on a daily basis for years, but for the past few months, the company has been moving away from Windows.
Now that Google’s Android OS has reached the “universal” stage, Google’s developers are getting the option to update to the latest version of Windows.
And if you’ve been running Windows 8.x, it might be a good time to take a look.
What does this mean for you?
This means that if you have a Windows 7 PC, you might be able to upgrade to the Windows 8 version of the app by going to the app’s settings and selecting “Upgrade Windows.”
But if you’re running Windows 10 or Windows 8, you won’t be able upgrade, because Microsoft’s software has been “removed from the universal platform,” according to Google.
In other words, you’ll need to go back to Windows 8 or Windows 10 to upgrade.
This is a change that’s going to affect a lot of users.
For example, the recent update to Google Play Games, which was released on August 31st, was for Android.
But the latest update to Play Games is for Windows, and you need to update from Windows 8 to Windows 10.
And for the apps that are not running on Android, you need a newer version of Android, or you’ll be stuck with the older version of Play Games.
This means that Android users with older devices that don’t support Windows 7 and 8 will be stuck on a different version of a Google app.
As you might expect, Google isn’t making the same announcement about Windows 10, so you might have to wait a bit longer before upgrading.
For some of the apps, this means you can upgrade to Windows 7, but you won.
Some apps, like YouTube, may not be able.
The company is currently working on making Windows 7 compatible with Windows 10 and is expected to release a “beta” of the update sometime in the second half of 2018.
For others, you can simply upgrade the apps to Windows 11.
If you’re on Windows 8 and don’t have the latest updates, you’re stuck on Windows 10 for now.
You can still install updates to the apps if you’d like.