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While Chrome supported Windows XP past April 2014, its time has passed.
In November 2015, Google announced that it would drop support for XP in April 2016.
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Not only is IE 8 already an outdated browser without the latest features and performance improvements, it has been completely unsupported with security patches since Microsoft ended support for Windows XP on April 8, 2014.
It’s only a matter of time before attackers blow a huge hole into this version, and Google won’t fix it.
Surprisingly, the Firefox situation is a bit better than Chrome’s.
However, patching an outdated version of the browser isn’t the Opera team’s first priority.
You won’t be able to use any of the newest features of Chrome Chrome 49 from April 2016 is a lot better than IE 8 from 2011, but it’s still not safe to use.
Microsoft would rather you upgrade to a more recent version of Windows with a newer version of IE, of course.
You should also avoid browsers that use nternet Explorer is.
However, like Firefox, Opera is still updating XP users with security patches.
The announcement explained that the team added the security patches from Opera 37 back into Opera 36.
This confirms that Opera 36 is the final version of the browser available for Windows XP (current version 48).