Mozilla has reported exactly to what extent Firefox clients stayed with a Windows XP or a Windows Vista machine have before it quits pushing security patches to the program. The “final end of life date” for Firefox on both of the working frameworks/operating systems is June 2018, the organization said.
No Mozilla Firefox on Windows XP & Windows Vista
As arranged, Mozilla said it moved Firefox on Windows XP and Windows Vista, two-decade-old working frameworks from Microsoft, to “Extended Support Release (ESR)” cycle a month ago. In this stage, the organization clarified, it will keep on pushing security patches updates until the due date (June 2018). Clients won’t need to put any effort to get the security patches, Mozilla said. After the due date, nonetheless, the program will keep on functioning, yet it won’t get any security updates or enhancements from the organization.
Mozilla has planned the ESR cycle for bunches who keep up the desktop environment in a large association, for example, colleges, or schools, or city governments. The organization says the ESR isn’t intended for singular clients who are searching for most recent highlights and execution improvements.
End of Google Chrome for Windows XP and Windows Vista
Google Chrome finished support for Windows XP and Windows Vista Operating system a year ago. Microsoft’s own program Internet Explorer has finished help for Windows XP. Microsoft finished support for Windows XP on April 8, 2014, following 12 years of persistently protecting the working framework. The organization finished support for Windows Vista, which was a quick update over Windows XP, on April 11, 2017.
To recall Windows XP was launched broadly for retail on October 25, 2001, and Windows Vista was launched worldwide on 30th January 2007 and development of Windows Vista was completed on 8 November 2006. That time Windows Vista was available for purchase & Download from the Marketplace of Windows. Windows Vista was launched after the Windows XP. And after Windows Vista, Microsoft launched Windows 7, then Windows 8 and then the Windows 10. It is strongly recommended to update to latest Windows operating system if you are using Windows XP or Windows Vista.
Source – Gad.NDtv