How do I get Google Chrome on Vista for Browser?
- 7 months ago
it's not possible.because it is too old
- StevenLv 47 months ago
The new update of Chrome no longer supports Windows XP and Windows Vista. This means that if you are on either of these platforms, the Chrome browser you are using will not get bug fixes or security updates. Only Mozila works!
- 10 months ago
Hi. To still be using a Vista computer but go online without any issues, You'll need to downoiad & burn a linux live CD distro that has all the current hardware drivers for the network parts - wired and wireless, And a current-release web browser, whether it's Chrome or a different one.
I RECOMMEND one of the Puppy linux versions - burned onto a CDR, & booted on the system to browse online for as long as You want, it's also designed to run very well on older hardware, like a Vista system would be.
It can also be installed onto a USB flashdrive for booting from if Your system doesn't have a CD/DVD drive, or if You want to be able to save updates & added software onto the OS.
Otherwise, You're stuck with non-major company software for Vista, & looking at a huge amount of problems.
- brian 2010Lv 710 months ago
That's not at all possible. Google Chrome is no longer supported on Vista or other older versions of Windows because of security issues. You need to get a computer that runs on Windows 10 instead where you can run the browser on it.
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- ∅Lv 710 months ago
it is no longer supported on Vista. heck, Vista itself is no longer supported. but the only browser that still works on Vista is Firefox ESR.
- Anonymous10 months ago
Use the internet.......
- Aster RhoidsLv 710 months ago
Use Firefox to download the browser.