Windows XP was a popular amongst the most used operating systems ever. Windows Vista was its successor however it couldn’t do well in the market and Windows 7 needed to act the hero to the Windows operating system.
Mozilla Firefox halted the mainstream help for the Windows XP and Vista back in March. End of mainstream help implies that Firefox stopped getting version upgrades in March. It now just gets the security updates and bug fixes and won’t see another factor once more.
Mozilla Firefox is another popular browser in competition to Chrome and Edge
Yet, now that is additionally changing as Mozilla has reported that it is totally ending the help for Firefox in June 2018. Which implies that Firefox won’t get security refreshes after June 2018. So it is the opportune time to move up to Windows 10.
“As one of the few browsers that continues to support Windows XP and Vista, Firefox users on these platforms can expect security updates until that date. Users do not need to take additional action to receive those updates,” Mozilla says.
Firefox initially intended to halt the updates for Firefox in September 2017, yet the organization has been extremely liberal and expanded the help until June one year from now. You ought not anticipate that it will expand the help considerably more and move to a more up to date version of Windows.
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