The support of Google for Windows XP is due before 2015 ends

The support of Google for Windows XP is due before 2015 ends.

It is reported that Google will support Chrome for Windows continuously before the end of 2015. This option will only be made available before the year 2015 ends. This report is primarily for those who are still using the Windows XP despite the fact that Windows itself no longer support XP.

Google has announced and decided to continue its support for XP before the year ends. This way you can keep your computer safe from browser-based attacks a little longer. This could mean that the device loaded with the XP computer will continue to get the forthcoming features and security patches from Chrome.

On the other hand, it was also reported that the Mountain View was about to abandon the browser but with no explanation it changed its sail.

In contempt of Windows to kill the XP, let alone die Windows cuts its updates for the XP OS a year ago, however, there are still offices and even schools that are using a computer that runs in XP although the Windows no longer support it, but Google Chrome still does until the year end not to mention the Firefox that does not have plan to abandon XP, in wild guess will support XP till time indefinite.

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