For those still clinging to Windows XP and Vista, the list of companies willing to support these ailing operating systems is ever growing thin by the day. Mozilla has joined the likes of Microsoft and Google in officially announcing its end-of-support date
for the Firefox browser on either operating systems, which has been a life-line to those users who haven't upgraded yet. Yesterday, the company announced that it will end the 'Firefox Extended Support Release' program on June 2018, terminating any future updates or security patches from that point on. Microsoft ended support for Windows XP back in 2014, prompting users to upgrade to a more recent release of Windows through a pop-up box, in addition to terminating support for Windows Vista earlier this year. In 2015, Google announced that Chrome - the most popular web browser - would lose support for both of these aging operating systems in 2016, including several older versions of macOS.