Google to Phase Out Support on Older Web Browsers

Google to Phase Out Support on Older Web Browsers

“Modern Browsers for Modern Applications”, Google said in a blog post.
Everyone knows that the web browsers we use on our daily web experience are getting more advance.
From a very simple text pages, to rich and interactive applications including video and voice- everything we interact on the web are accessed through internet web browsers. Unfortunately, some users are still being compromised because they stick to use older versions of their browser.

Web BrowsersIf you are using some Google applications like Google Docs and Google Sites, then it’s time for you to update your browser. Rajen Sheth, Google Apps Senior Product Manager, said that Google is going to begin phasing out support on Google apps, starting with Google Docs and Google Sites. As a result you may find that from March 1, key functionality within these products won’t work properly in older browsers.

Almost all internet browsers are free to download. So, it is basically necessary to update your web browser. You can choose among the top web browsers such as Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0+, Mozilla Firefox 3.0+, Google Chrome 4.0+, or Safari 3.0+ .

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