Google has announced that it is extending its support period for Chrome on Windows XP until the end of the year, 8 months more than originally intended.
Google announced today that it'll be continuing support for Chrome on Windows XP through at least April 2015 — a full year after Microsoft stops issuing security patches on XP.
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^ Chrome director of engineering at Google, Marc Pawliger said that, “Starting April 2016.
This computer will no longer receive Google Chrome updates because Windows XP and Windows Vista are no longer supported. For Linux (Debian/Ubuntu/Fedora/openSUSE).
Microsoft won’t tell you to use a different browser, but they’ll definitely tell you to stop using IE on Windows XP.
Windows XP will be getting even less secure next year, when Google stops updating Chrome for users of Microsoft's nearly geriatric operating system. The company announced today that PCs running XP and Vista will be able to keep using Chrome after April 2016...
No extensions to these product end-of-life plans for IE 8 and Windows XP have been announced by Microsoft, which makes Google's promise of extended support for Chrome on Windows XP seem almost charitable by comparison.
Google Plus. The evidence is in and undeniable - many TechRepublic members will still be using Microsoft Windows XP after the April 2014 deadline for continued support.