Updating and installing Chrome browser on Windows Vista and XP no longer possible

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#1

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Google’s Chrome browser no longer runs on Windows XP, Windows Vista and older versions of Mac OS X. For users of these operating systems it’s no longer possible to install or update Chrome since version 50.

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#2

Firefox still supports XP, not sure if Opera (now based on webkit/Blink) still does


#3

I guess I should have seen this coming. Google also dropped support for 32-bit GNU/Linux systems, meaning that any user who is not running a 64-bit distro can’t use the latest versions of Chrome. Chromium is still supported for many distros, so it might also be available for Windows XP.

Firefox and QupZilla will probably continue to support XP for a while.