Google Ends Support to Microsoft and Apple Operating Systems


Google is ending Chrome support for certain Microsoft and Apple operating systems such as Windows XP and Vista; and Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7, and 10.8.


“Beginning April 2016, Chrome will keep on working on these stages, however will no more get redesigns and security fixes,” said Google.

Google said the choice was taken as the previously stated stages are no more effectively upheld by Microsoft and Apple.

“In the event that you are still on one of these unsupported stages, we urge you to move to more up to date operating systems to guarantee that you keep on accepting the most recent Chrome versions and features.”

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