Chrome is giving up on XP two years after Microsoft ended support for the aging operating system.

Google said the end was nigh, and now the time has finally come to say goodbye to Chrome support for a number of legacy operating systems, including Windows XP. Version 50 of Google’s browser recently rolled out sans support for Windows XP, Vista, and all versions of Mac OS X under version 10.9, Mavericks.

Google first announced that it would be dropping support for XP and Vista in November. If you’ve already got Chrome running on any of the legacy systems, you’ll still be able to use it. What you won’t get any longer are new feature or security updates.

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Source: Chrome 50 ends support for Windows XP, Vista, and earlier versions of Mac OS X | PCWorld

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