Various web browser have officially quit supporting Windows XP and Vista, yet not Firefox. Right up ’til the present time, Mozilla’s most recent programming can work with your decade-old PC. In any case, even that group has its cutoff points – it’s eliminating support for XP and Vista beginning one year from now. Mozilla will begin by moving clients on these working frameworks to the Extended Support Release in March 2017, restricting them to highlight redesigns that can be “a few cycles” sub-par. Keeping in mind the organization arrangements to divulge a last bolster end date amidst that year, it’ll adequately cut the string in September, when it quits conveying security redesigns.
This doesn’t imply that Firefox will quit taking a shot at XP or Vista in September, obviously. Be that as it may, when security imperfections are difficult to maintain a strategic distance from, it’ll be illogical to continue utilizing Firefox on those stages when you could remain for all time powerless against adventures. There aren’t probably going to be many individuals who both run a 10-year-old working framework and think enough about their web understanding to utilize a late program, so the effect might be restricted. In any case, it’s still a major ordeal in case you’re stuck on a work PC or generally haven’t had an opportunity to move up to a more up to date form of Windows. Like it or not, you’ll most likely need to consider another OS (or another PC) in the event that you need to encounter the present day web one year from now.