Google has not announced it will no longer support Chrome on older, non-supported platforms -. And Windows Vista
In April 2016, the Chrome browser will no longer receive updates to security fixes to Microsoft, Windows XP and Vista, as well as Mac OS X devices from Apple 10.6, 10.7 and 10.8, the search giant said in his blog.
Google explained that these operating systems are not supported “, as these platforms are no longer actively supported by Microsoft and Apple.”
Interestingly, however, Microsoft is not committed to supporting Vista, until April 2017, but Google says, “These older platforms are missing critical security updates, and have greater potential for viruses and malware.”
Chrome will still be fully functional Google end support for the browser on these operating systems, but do not update, or security patch outside after April next year, Google encourages users to update their operating systems.
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