Google silently drops Chrome support for Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks
Awful news in case you’re still utilizing OS X 10.9 Mavericks – Google has silently dropped Chrome support, pushing users to move up to a more present day version of Apple’s operating system.
Any Chrome fans with an old Mac will need change to OS X 10.0 Yosemite or later – or change to an alternate browser. The most recent versions of Firefox and Vivaldi still support Mavericks, yet Opera presently requires Yosemite.
On the other hand, you could stay with Safari. Look at the ‘Updates’ tab on the application store to see the most recent version accessible for your OS.
Who still uses Mavericks?
Mavericks made its debut in 2013, and every single resulting version of Apple’s operating system was allowed to download. Be that as it may, as indicated by web investigation webpage StatCounter, numerous individuals chose to stay with what they knew, and the Mavericks are as yet the operating system of decision for 3.38% of Mac users around the world.
Statista gauges that there are 180 million gadgets running macOS, which implies 6,084,000 individuals could all of a sudden get themselves browserless.
That is the second bit of terrible news for proprietors of more seasoned Macs. At its 2018 WWDC conference, Apple declared that its most recent conference, macOS 10.14 Mojave, won’t support Macbooks discharged before 2012. In the event that your hardware can’t keep up, this may be the correct time to search for a new Macbook.