Gmail Stops Working in Google Chrome 53 and Older, Windows XP Users Left Behind
Google has recently announced that starting February 8, Gmail would no longer be supported by Google Chrome browser version 53 as older, with the company now pushing for users to update to the latest version of the application.
While this makes sense given the security improvements that are part of the newest Google Chrome versions, this is also the end of Windows XP and Windows Vista users who can’t actually update their browsers because support for their operating system isn’t provided either.
Specifically, starting with Google Chrome 50, Windows XP and Vista are no longer supported by the browser – Google Chrome 49 was the latest release of the two operating system.
Google says that it can’t do anything about it, and recommends users on XP and Vista “to migrate to more secure and supported systems.”
Banner to be displayed in older versions of Chrome
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