Chrome will cease supporting XP, Vista and early OS X this yr
It looks like Google is trying to do somewhat spring cleansing. In an announcement on the official Google Chrome weblog, the corporate famous that it’ll not help browsers on Home windows XP, Vista and Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7 and 10.eight units. Google had alluded to the discontinuation of help again in April and reasoned that these older — and in XP’s case, virtually prehistoric — working techniques can not supply the essential safety updates the online browser must maintain malware at bay. Which means older working techniques operating Chrome browsers will nonetheless be absolutely operational, although they will not be eligible for brand spanking new updates and options.
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SOURCE: Google Chrome Weblog
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