Google Chrome ends support for Windows XP and Vista users

Starting today, Google Chrome has officially ended support for users of Windows XP and Windows Vista. From April 2016, Chrome will still be supported on this platforms, but they will no longer receive updates. Reasons for this, Microsoft have already stopped pushing updates to these platforms, so continued use of it exposes one to malware. In a blog post, Marc Pawliger, Director of Engineering had this to say: Such older platforms are missing critical security updates and have a greater potential to be infected by viruses and malware. Today, we’re announcing…

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Mozilla Firefox and Microsoft clash over Windows 10

Microsoft just launched Windows 10 in 190 countries and gradually, people are updating to the new operating system. In the new operating system, it was noticed that it automatically changes your default apps. For instance, the browser is automatically Edge Browser. Worst of all is that (during it’s installation), you can no longer set other browsers as default (like it used be). Mozilla noticed this and reached out to Microsoft. No resolution was reached, and their CEO, Chris Beard did an open letter to Microsoft. “It now takes more than…

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