Google Extends Windows XP Support For Chrome

By | April 17, 2015 | 0 Comments


Google Extends Windows XP Support For ChromeIt just refuses to die.

After revealing the initiative to get rid of the 90s plugins and save the web, it looks like Google just took a step backwards on another front.

Previously, the search giant has announced that they will stop supporting Windows XP on April, 2015; however, that’s no longer a case.

Instead, they have backtracked and will now continue providing updates throughout 2015. Either that or another exception will be made.

So why do it? Well, according to Google, ” Millions of people are still working on XP computers every day” and they “want those people to have the option to use a browser that’s up-to-date and as safe as possible on an unsupported operating system.”

So here you have it, folks, one less reason to upgrade your OS.

[Via: Google]


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