Xp stopped updating
Unsupported operating systems receive no security updates, have known exploits, and can be dangerous to use, which makes it difficult to maintain Firefox on those versions.
Microsoft won’t release any more security updates to most Windows XP users.After almost 13 years, Microsoft is ending support for Windows XP. One note: if you've got an old version of Norton or Mc Afee from 2003 that came bundled with your aging laptop, uninstall it and install Microsoft Security Essentials (or pay for Kaspersky).That means that unless you are a major government, no further security updates or patches will be available for the operating system. We've created a checklist: The final "patch Tuesday" (Microsoft's term for security updates) for Windows XP was issued on April 8, 2014. An out-of-date security app is basically like not having any security at all.If you're still using XP, you're probably using IE 8 — which is more than two versions old. Mozilla and Google have committed to supporting XP for at least another year.If you're still using Windows XP, it's probably for one of three reasons: Again, unless you happen to be a government institution that still uses XP for a very specific reason, you need to STOP USING WINDOWS XP. It's not just that the operating system is old and that there are security issues. Because XP is so old — and popular — its flaws are better known than most operating systems.