Google Chrome no longer supports MacOS X 10.9.5

Google Chrome has updated the help page and made adjustments to system support. After the adjustment, the following versions of OS X 11.10 will no longer support this browser.

Users can still use the old version of Google Chrome but can no longer get any updates unless users upgrade the system to OS X 10.10 and above.

It is very important for the user to update the version in time, and the use of OS X 10.10 or later cannot obtain security support from AppleThe use of older browsers in versions of OS X 10.10 or later is exposed to potential security threats. After all, the browser always maintains high-frequency updates and fixes.

Google Chrome no longer supports OS X 10.9.5 or older since the new version was released yesterday. When the user tries to update, it will directly pop up an error:

On the Google Chrome Help and Support page, we can also see information about SSE2. If your CPU doesn’t support SSE2, you won’t be able to use the new Google Chrome browser.

Microsoft has stopped releasing updates for processors that do not support the SSE2 extended instruction set, and Google Chrome is now starting to require support for SSE2.

Therefore, users who are still using the old processor for several decades should really consider replacing the hardware. Afterward, many software will cease to support installation and use.

Source: theregister