Google mengumumkan bahwa mereka akan menurunkan dukungan browser Chrome versi desktop untuk sistem operasi lama dari Windows dan juga OS X.
Penghentian pembaruan ini akan resmi dimulai pada April 2016 mendatang. Jadi, jika tidak ingin memiliki risiko keamanan saat browsing, sebaiknya pengguna meng-update sistem operasinya ke versi yang lebih baru.
If you're still using one of these operating systems, you have a couple of options. One is to upgrade to a newer OS, assuming your hardware can handle it. Security patches for Windows XP stopped in April of 2014, and patches for OS X 10.6 stopped a few months before that. Updates for OS X 10.7 and 10.8 ended roughly when versions 10.10 and 10.11 were released, respectively, since Apple's unofficial policy is to provide security fixes for the most recent OS X release and the two previous releases. Windows Vista is still getting bare-minimum security patches from Microsoft, but that ends in April of 2017.
Your second option is to switch browsers, some of which still support these legacy operating systems. Firefox 45 still runs on Windows XP and OS X 10.6, while the latest version of Opera should still run on XP and OS X 10.7 and above. Running an up-to-date browser can't protect you from vulnerabilities in the underlying OS, but if you absolutely can't (or won't) upgrade and you still want an actively supported browser, you still have a couple of options for now.