Following Google’s pledge to support Windows XP—as Microsoft will end its support on the platform next year—Mozilla and Opera also announces to back the 12-year-old OS.
According to Techradar, in an emailed statement to TRPro, Johnathan Nightingale, VP of Firefox, said that the company has “no plans to discontinue support” for XP after the April 8 deadline. Whereas, Opera Software said it will support XP while the OS remains popular among its users.
As for Google who committed to release “regular updates and security patches” for Windows XP until April 2015, neither Mozilla nor Opera stated how long it will support the platform.
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Article Source: Techradar