Google Chrome will no longer support Apple macOS 10.15


macOS 10.15 Catalina
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Apple macOS 10.15 Catalina, released on June 3, 2019, and officially launched on October 7, 2019, marked the next generation system after macOS Mojave. With nearly five years since its inception, macOS Catalina has been a significant update in the Apple ecosystem. However, recent developments indicate changes in Google Chrome’s support for this operating system.

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Google Chrome’s Support Policy

Google Chrome’s documentation reveals a pivotal shift in its support policy concerning macOS 10.15 Catalina. Starting from version 129, Chrome will cease to support macOS 10.15 due to the operating system exceeding Apple’s support period. This decision underscores the importance of updating the operating system to ensure continued compatibility with the Chrome browser.

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Users who continue to utilize Chrome on macOS 10.15 will encounter a notification bar informing them of the browser’s discontinuation of support for this operating system. This development highlights the necessity for users to consider upgrading their operating system to maintain seamless browsing experiences with Chrome. Although users will still be able to use the browser on the system, they should know that they will get no protection from Google.

As of the latest information, the stable version of Chrome stands at version 125. The upcoming Chrome 126 version is anticipated to be released in the week of June 25, with Chrome 129 slated for launch on October 1. These impending releases signify Google’s commitment to enhancing Chrome’s performance and features, albeit with adjustments in supported operating systems.

Conclusion

In conclusion, the forthcoming changes in Google Chrome’s support for Apple macOS 10.15 Catalina underscore the dynamic nature of software compatibility and the need for users to stay abreast of updates to ensure optimal performance. As technology evolves, it is essential for users to align their systems with the latest requirements to leverage the full capabilities of popular browsers like Google Chrome. Stay informed and proactive to navigate these transitions smoothly and enjoy a seamless browsing experience.

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