Although Microsoft has ended official support for Windows XP in 2014, the operating system has a market share of 16.94 percent in March 2015. If you have to use Windows XP, whether at your school or workplace, you'll be glad to know that the Chrome browser will be supported for the platform until the end of the year.
That means all the new features along with security-related updates. From the Chrome Blog:
Millions of people are still working on XP computers every day. We want those people to have the option to use a browser that's up-to-date and as safe as possible on an unsupported operating system. We previously announced that we'd keep supporting Chrome on Windows XP through 'at least' April 2015. It's April 2015 now, and we're extending that commitment. We will continue to provide regular updates and security patches to Chrome on XP through the end of 2015.
How many of you still have to use Windows XP on a daily basis? Let us know in the comments.
Source: Google Chrome Blog